Property Tax Deadline and COVID-19

The due date for the 2nd installment remains April 10, 2020, however, those that are directly impacted by the COVID 19 pandemic and cannot meet this deadline due to financial or physical impacts can apply for a waiver of penalties after the April 10th deadline.  We are requesting reasonable documentation that would substantiate your direct impact. We have the authority to waive these penalties for situations such as this and will work to accomodate all those that are struggling during this time.  We do encourage everyone that has the ability to pay, to pay timely.  These revenues are crucial to our local services, especially during these times. 

​In addition to the waiver of penalties, those that are impacted for an extended period of time should contact this office after June 30, 2020 to inquire about an installment plan. 

​03.24.20 UPDATE: Property Taxes April 10, 2020 Delinquency Date and COVID-19​


​03.17.20 UPDATE: We understand and share the public’s anxiety and concern about the impacts of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. However, County Tax Collectors cannot change the April 10 deadline for the Second Installment of Property Taxes because the delinquency date of April 10, 2020, for the second installment of Annual Secured Property Taxes is established by State law. We want to encourage all those who can, to use our online or telephone payment services or to mail their payments, with a timely postmark of April 10, 2020. Please visit our "Pay Your Tax Bill" page for further instructions.  ​
​In the event that the County Tax Collector's Office is closed, and you have no other option but to pay in-person, please call our office during business hours at 530-265-1285.  We want to assure everyone that we will do our best to work with those impacted, either physically or economically, by the COVID-19 crisis and who unable to pay timely due to circumstances related to this crisis.  

Please stay safe and healthy and know that we are all in this together.