From the Contra Costa County Assessor’s Office:
(Martinez, CA) – Please be advised that the “2022-2023 Assessor’s Close of Roll Affidavit” was signed by Gus S. Kramer, Assessor, and subscribed and sworn to the County Clerk-Recorder’s Office, today, June 30, 2022.
The 2022-2023 Assessment Roll has been delivered to the County Auditor, as required by law. The increase to the local tax base for 2022-2023 is over $18.21 billion. This represents a 7.79% increase in assessed value and brings the total net local assessment roll to nearly $251.71 billion.
The 2022-2023 assessment roll is the highest to date in Contra Costa County’s history.
Cities with the largest increases in assessed value from the prior year include Oakley with a 16.48% increase, Pittsburg with a 12.35% increase, and Brentwood with a 9.23% increase. San Ramon and Hercules saw the lowest assessed value increases―San Ramon at 5.98% and Hercules at 5.12%.
The assessment roll now consists of 378,240 parcels, an increase of 1,275 over the previous year. The Assessor’s annual letter to the Board of Supervisors and 2022-2023 Assessment Roll Reports can be found HERE.