Delinquent property taxes relate to property taxes that were incurred before the fires, therefore they will not change and must be paid. Please contact the Tax Collector’s office for payment plan options.
FAQ Topic: Property & Housing
No. Property owners will retain their previous factored base year value if the house is rebuilt in a like or similar manner, regardless of the actual cost of construction. However, any new square footage or extras, such as additional baths, will be added to the Proposition 13 factored base year value at its full market … Continued
No. There is not a provision to extend property tax due dates or waive penalties for property that does not qualify for a Calamity Damage Reassessment.
If your payment was mailed in October during the firestorms, and has not yet cleared your bank account, please contact the Tax Collector’s office at (707) 565-2281. • Payments will be posted to the bill that is in the tax system on the date the payment is posted by the Tax Collector. • If the … Continued
Yes. If your business personal property or vessel suffered damage of $10,000 or more, you are eligible for property tax relief. Please complete a Calamity Damage Reassessment application for the Assessor’s office to review.
Yes. Please contact your mortgage company immediately for guidance on how your lender will handle the payment of your property taxes and the subsequent revision to the balance due.
Either a revised bill with a reduced 2nd installment has been issued, or a refund is in progress. If the amount on your revised bill appears in brackets (i.e.: 000.00), then a refund to the property owner is in progress.
Property owners have the option to pay the first installment of the original tax bill or wait until a revised tax bill is issued. A reassessment will result in the issuance of a revised 2017-18 property tax bill and property owners will have a minimum of 30 days to pay the first installment without penalty. … Continued
Please fill out a Change of Mailing Address form. You can also download one on the assessor’s website.
After you receive the “Notice of Correction to the 601 Assessment Roll” from the County Assessor informing you of the proposed reassessment, a new tax bill reflecting the reduction in value will be issued by the County Tax Collector within approximately 45 days of that notice.