The 2015-16 Secured property taxes were recently mailed and are now due. The 1st installment is due by November 1, 2015 and delinquent if not paid by December 10, 2015. The 2nd installment is due by February 1, 2016 and delinquent if not paid by April 10, 2015.
If you have not received your property tax bill, please contact the Tax Collector's office immediately at 707-464-7283. Failure to received a tax bill is not grounds for excusing late penalties. For more information regarding property taxes please click here.
The Del Norte County Sheriffs Department has released a new website listing inmates currently in custody at the Del Norte County Jail. The site also provides a listing of individuals booked and released within the past seven days. Information about the inmate includes their name, a photograph, charges, and dates booked and released.
The Del Norte Community Alert System powered by Everbridge makes sure you know about issues that may affect your safety. This system allows Emergency Services to contact thousands of residents in seconds so you can find out about an emergency right away.
SIGN UP NOW! Receive important messages from Del Norte Office of Emergency Services via email, phone, and much more!
How Does It Work?
The process begins when local emergency services issues a message about a potential safety hazard or concern. Next, emergency services will send a message through your primary contact path. If you don't confirm receipt of the message, the system will try to reach your second contact path and continues trying to reach you until you confirm receipt.
The success of this service relies on YOU. Having your latest contact information is the only way to ensure that we can contact you in an emergency. It only takes about a minute to enroll!
The County has implemented an online system that allows the public to view summary information for budget, expense, and revenue amounts, for all the various funds and departments within the County of Del Norte. Information within the system is updated daily.
Surplus property is tangible property that is no longer of use to any County department because it is obsolete, uneconomical to repair, or valued only for its base contents. Surplus property may include anything from office supplies and furniture to vehicles and heavy equipment.
On occasion, the County offers surplus items to the public per Del Norte County Code Section 2.33.30 E. Before releasing any surplus property, the County of Del Norte makes every attempt to reuse and/or reassign the property to another department within the County, or another government entity. If we are unable, we have several methods of disposition available to us.
Some items are sold to the public at online auctions, and other items are sold at public sales held on an as needed basis.
For more information about the surplus property, and how County property becomes designated as surplus, please contact the County of Del Norte, Administration Office at (707) 464-7214.
The County of Del Norte is now utilizing an online auction website to auction off selected surplus items. As County owned equipment becomes designated as surplus, this equipment will be listed on www.publicsurplus.com These online auctions last for 10 to 21 days and anyone is welcome to bid. You can view items without registering, but registration with a valid email address is required to bid on items. All items are sold AS IS with no warranty or returns available.
To view and bid on surplus items during the auction period go to:
For more information about the online auctions, please contact the County of Del Norte, Department of Information Technology at (707) 464-7207.
The Del Norte County Auditor-Controllers office has released the online version of the 2014-2015 County Budget Book. Visit the Auditor-Controllers website for more information.
The Del Norte Children & Families Commission is dedicated to improving the lives of Del Norte County's young children and their families through a comprehensive system of education, health services, childcare, and other crucial programs. Since its creation the Del Norte Children and Families Commission has brought these critical services to many parents, caregivers, and children ages 0 to 5 in Del Norte County.
First 5 Del Norte staff have compiled a resource guide of local services. Be sure to download this guide located at the bottom of this page.
For more information, check out the First 5 Del Norte website.