2014 Property Taxes
|Public Notice of Delinquent Tax Sale of Movable Property|
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The 2014 property tax notices will be mailed in November.
If you do not receive your notice by December 1, call the Civil & Tax Division at 225-638-5433 or 225-638-5400.
After January 15, 2015, the total amount due may change at any time during the delinquent process due to additional costs. Therefore, call one of the numbers above to verify the amount due before making a payment. Cash, postal money orders or cashier's checks are the only forms of payment that can be accepted once your unpaid taxes become delinquent.
The Tax Division mails out more than 14,000 tax notices in November of each year upon receipt of the tax roll from the Assessor. The Tax Division collects over $20 million annually in property taxes for Pointe Coupee Parish. Each month, these taxes are distributed to the parish taxing bodies such as the School Board, Police Jury, various municipalities within the parish, Library, Assessor, Sheriff, Fire Districts, etc. The deadline for payment of property taxes without penalty is December 31 of each year. Payments postmarked by Dec 31 will not incur interest charges. If your homestead/mortgage company usually pays your property taxes, please forward your tax notice to them. Property taxes may be paid through several methods:
In person: 112 Alamo Street, New Roads, LA 70760
By Credit Card online: www.pcpsotax.com
By Credit Card by phone: 1-800-701-8560
By mail: P.O. Box 248, New Roads, LA 70760
For more information, call the civil and tax division at
225-638-5433 or 800-256-1235
All questions concerning your assessment or homestead exemption must be directed to the Assessor's Office at