Where do your Property Tax
Property Tax Distribution Pie Chart Fiscal Year 2012-2013 (PDF)
Secured Property Tax Bills
bills to be mailed out prior to Saturday, November 1, 2014. If you receive an
actual bill and have an impound or escrow account that your lender pays
your property taxes on your behalf,
please contact your lender / mortgage company
directly to verify that payment will be made on your behalf.
is due November 1, 2014 and delinquent after Wednesday, December 10, 2014.
is due February 1, 2015 and delinquent after Friday, April 10, 2015.
year taxes not be paid by 6/30/2015, additional redemption penalties of
1 1/2% per month plus a $15.00 redemption fee will apply the first of
every month thereafter.
post marked by the United States Post Office on or before the delinquent
dates will be accepted as timely. Post marks are
carefully reviewed; to be sure that the post mark is legible and clearly reads on
or before the due date, have the Post Office hand cancel your envelope.
Appropriate penalties will apply after each installment as provided on
the tax bill.
made by check, draft or money orders -
Please assure yourself that the
payment will be honored. Returned checks, drafts or money orders will be
subject to a return paper cost. The cost may be added to your tax bill.
Payments made by checks will be
converted into an electronic format, which could create an electronic
fund transfer that potentially could be withdrawn from your account as
soon as the same day that payment is made.
payment information -
making payment in person, please bring the ENTIRE tax bill, with payment
stubs intact, for proper
validation and receipt.
If you do not
have your bill, a duplicate bill fee of $1.50 will apply if a receipt is
choose to mail the payment in and a receipt is desired, send in the
entire bill with your payment stubs intact and a self-addressed stamped
return envelope along with your payment.
made by electronic Funds Transfer -
Required Payment of Property Taxes by electronic funds transfer whose
aggregate tax payment
exceeds $50,000.00. (CA Revenue &
Taxation Code §2503.2)
individuals and or companies that have been identified and noticed
that their payments of property taxes must be remitted by electronic
funds transfer (EFT).
payments must be received on or before December 10 for the first and on
or before April 10th for the second installment to avoid penalties and
To ensure property credit to
your parcel(s), the appropriate payment stubs must be sent to our office
five (5) business days prior
to the date that the EFT payment is being made.
Please contact the Yuba County
Tax Collector's office to receive the ACH or wire instructions to
process your EFT payment.
IMPORTANT: Payments that
are received without the proper notification and/or payment stub(s) will
not e applied until that information is received. If the information is
received after the delinquent date, appropriate penalties and cost will
be applied. .
Pay Your Property Taxes Online
or have your tax
bill ready to provide the required information to process a payment by
the automated toll
free telephone number (866)
The Treasurer & Tax
Collector's office does not charge a fee to handle electronic
transactions. However, the vendor processing the online payments
assesses the following convenience fees:
E-check payments ~
$3.75 flat fee for up to 10 assessments processed at the same time
Credit Card Payments ~
2.38% of the total amount to be charged.
Prior year tax bill information is
also available to print and review. See the drop down arrow in the upper
right hand corner, just above the fee assessment number box. Select which year's information you would like
to view (Current Year 2012/2013 or Prior Year 2011/2012) and follow the
Don't forget to print a copy of the
prior year information for your income tax records.
PROPERTY TAX BILLS
(boats, jet skis, water craft)
OWNERS - Effective July 1, 2012 unpaid and delinquent vessels will
have a lien filed against the assessed owner as well as a hold possibly
being placed with the State of California, Department of Motor Vehicles
(R&T Code 3205) which will prevent renewal of the certificate number and
or transfer of ownership. Any and all additional applicable fees will
Questions regarding the ASSESSED
VALUES listed on your property?
Need to change or correct a
MAILING ADDRESS for your tax bills?
Have you SOLD, MOVED or
DISPOSED of any unsecured property?
For any of these
questions or concerns, please contact the YUBA COUNTY ASSESSOR’S OFFICE
530 749 7820
Street, Suite 101
Marysville CA 95901
FIRE PREVENTION FEE
also known as SRA (State Responsibility Area)
SRA Fire Prevention fee was enacted following
the signing of Assembly Bill XI 29 in July 2011. The law approved the
new annual Fire Prevention Fee to pay for fire prevention services
within the SRA. The fee is $150.00 per habitable structures within
the SRA. Habitable structure is defined as a building that can be
occupied for residential use.
For more detailed information
Fire Prevention Fee Service Center
1 888 310 6447
P O Box 2254
Suisun City, CA 94595
State Board of Equalization
1 800 400 7115
P O Box 942879
Sacramento, CA 94279
Information, Contacts & Related Links
Fire Tax Protest, a
project of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association