Treasurer / Tax Collector
981 H Street, Suite 150 | Crescent City, CA 95531
The County Tax Collector performs state-mandated functions as follows: Collection of Taxes including Secured, Unsecured, Supplemental and Transient Occupancy; mailing of statements, maintenance of records and tax charges; preparation of publications and reports; redemption of delinquent tax and maintenance of delinquent abstracts; preparation for and conducting sales of tax-defaulted properties; collection of mobile home, parcel maps, boundary adjustments and new subdivision security deposits; bulk transfers and bankruptcy claims; preparation and recording of judgments and liens; enhanced collection efforts through tax-intercept and seizure actions.
2021/22 Unsecured Personal Property Taxes are now due. Unsecured Personal Property taxes are for Business Assessments, Personal Property, Pleasure Boats, Mining Claims, Aircraft's and Possessory Interest. This year, unsecured taxes are due on September 30, 2021. Please contact our office if you have any questions or concerns at 707-464-7283.
The Tax Collector's Office is currently open to the public.
For your convenience, we have a secure payment drop box outside our main entry doors at the Flynn Administration Building (southwest entrance). You can also pay your taxes by mail, online or by phone. Property taxes can be paid by check, money order or cashier’s check through the mail. You may also pay online with a credit/debit card, E-Check or by calling our automated system at 1-844-368-3145. Please be aware, fees apply if you are making an electronic payment. If you are unable to pay using one of the above methods, please contact our office for further assistance.
If you need assistance making an electronic payment or have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call our office.
Thank you for your understanding and please stay healthy and safe,
Barbara M. Lopez, Del Norte County Tax Collector
The State Controller’s Property Tax Postponement Program allows homeowners who are seniors, are blind, or have a disability to defer current-year property taxes on their principal residence if they meet certain criteria, including at least 40 percent equity in the home and an annual household income of $45,810 or less (among other requirements). The deferment of property taxes is secured by a lien against the property which must eventually be repaid.