What is a Parcel Number?

A parcel number, abbreviated as APN (Assessor Parcel Number), is a unique descriptor used to identify assessed property within Pinal County. Information about the ownership, characteristics, and valuation of each piece of land is reordered and tracked by parcel number. Each year, a list of parcel numbers and their corresponding values is provided to the Treasurer's Office for use in generating the appropriate tax bill for each piece of taxable land.

The Pinal County APNs usually appear as one continuous string (20049047A) but actually have 4 parts (200-49-047-A). These four sections are given the following designation:

  • Book: 200
  • Map: 49
  • Parcel: 047
  • Split: A

Assessor Parcel MapA map of each parcel is created by our Cartography Division and saved on the Pinal County Assessor website. This map is also accessible on the county Geographic Information System (GIS) map.

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1. How do I know if the Assessor’s Office has my Residential Rental Property Form on file?
2. If I rent my home do I need to notify the Assessor’s Office?
3. I need my Privilege Tax for my rental property, can you provide me with that information?
4. I filed a Petition for Review of Valuation, when will I received my decision?
5. What is a Parcel Number?
6. How can I see the rates for all the taxing authorities on my property?
7. How can I see what the tax levies are for the tax authority districts?