The APN (Assessor Parcel Number) is a sequence of 8 numeric digits. Leading zero's
are significant. Hyphens may be entered to format the number, but they are optional
and are ignored. A partial number may be entered to "wild-card" search for an entire book
or page. A "near" search may be performed on a parcel number to locate parcels with
nearby consecutive numbers. APN example: 15518002
The Street Number is a sequence of digits. Addresses within cities are typically
2 to 4 digits long, while county addresses are typically 4 to 6 digits long. A "near"
search may be performed on a street number to locate parcels with nearby consecutive
numbers. Street Number example: 1810
The Street Name is the legally recognized name of the street. Do not enter the street
direction (N/S/E/W) or street type (for example ST, DR, AV) as part of the name. Street
Name example: HAZELTON
FAQ: Why no owner name search or display?
See CA Gov Code § 6254.21