• May 8, 2020

5/7 News Roundup: Assessor’s Business Property Statement Deadline Extended

5/7 News Roundup: Assessor’s Business Property Statement Deadline Extended

5/7 News Roundup: Assessor’s Business Property Statement Deadline Extended 150 150 Business & Worker Disaster Help Center
Updated Thursday, May 7, 5:30 p.m.

Deadline to File Business Property Statement Extended to May 31
County of Los Angeles Office of the Assessor

UPDATE: The deadline to file the Business Property Statement (571-L, 571-R, etc.) without penalty has been EXTENDED TO MAY 31 by executive order of the Governor.

If you have already filed, you still have until May 31 to file amendments. Thank you to the many businesses, large and small, who have already submitted their statements. If you are able to, please consider submitting your statement as soon as possible, it is tremendously helpful to the Assessor’s Office.

Note: not all businesses are required to file the statement. You are required to file if:

  • you are sent a form by the Assessor’s Office OR
  • have $100K+ in business personal property (machinery, equipment, furniture).

For more information please visit https://assessor.lacounty.gov/personal-property-assessments-2/ or look under the “Business Owners” tab at assessor.lacounty.gov

For a recorded webinar on preparing the Business Property Statement can be found here:https://assessor.lacounty.gov/571-l-webinar/

Questions can be addressed to 213-974-3211 or to businesspp@assessor.lacounty.gov.


California Governor Gavin Newsom

As California prepares to enter Stage 2 of the gradual reopening of the state this Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom today announced that workers who contract COVID-19 while on the job may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation.


Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

Mayor Garcetti, together with L.A. County, announced that the City will begin the process of slow and gradual adjustments to the Safer at Home order.

Starting May 8, florists, toy stores, music stores, bookstores, clothing and sporting goods stores may offer curbside pickup only. Car dealership showrooms are also permitted to open.

Starting May 9, Angelenos can return to golf courses, trailhead parks and trails — except Runyon Canyon, which will remain closed. Face coverings are required for anyone using trails or golf courses.

And starting May 11, all riders on DASH, Commuter Express, and Cityride buses will be required to wear protective face coverings. In addition, all travelers at LAX will be required to wear face coverings to help us save lives and slow the spread of COVID-19.

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