What types of property result in the issuance of an unsecured tax bill?

Types of personal property which may trigger the issuance of an unsecured tax bill include:

- Aircraft

- Boats

- Business fixtures

- Business personal property


Other types of property may include:

- Delinquent State Assessed Property (Unitary Tax)

- Manufactured housing (mobile homes) possessory interest (leased government property)

- Pro-rated escape and supplemental tax on real property that has changed ownership


For more information please call 530-265-1285.

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1. What types of property result in the issuance of an unsecured tax bill?
2. Why do I have to pay taxes on my boat?
3. How does a sale, removal or disposal of my business equipment, boat or aircraft affect my tax bill?
4. What happens if I don’t pay my unsecured taxes on time?
5. Do I need to pay the tax bill while appealing or talking with the assessor about a reduction in the value assessed?
6. Why did I receive an unsecured tax bill, when I don’t own any personal property?