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bullet How do I locate my Assessor's identification number (AIN)?
  The Assessors Identification Number or AIN is the main indexing system used for property tax purposes. Each property has a unique AIN. You can locate your AIN various ways:

  • The AIN can be found on your deed, which was used to acquire ownership.
  • The AIN can be found on your title report (which you received when you acquired title insurance).
  • The AIN can be found on your "Annual Property Tax Bill” or “Supplemental Property Tax Bill”.
  • The AIN can be found by going to the “Property Maps and Data” link or the “Property Sales and Maps” quick link from the homepage of the Assessor’s website and entering your property address.
  • The AIN can be found by contacting the Assessor at (213)974.2111, toll free at 888.807.2111, or any of the Assessor’s Office Locations.
If you would like additional information regarding this subject, you may submit your question to our public service staff by using our Public Inquiry Form.
 
  Posted by Property Tax Portal, Monday, January 31, 2005
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