Property taxes due April 10

By From page A2 | April 04, 2012

According to C.L. Raffety, treasurer-tax collector, the second installment of the secured property tax is now due and will be delinquent if not paid on or before midnight April 10.

The law allows payments postmarked by the U.S. Postal Service to be accepted as timely if paid on or before April 10.

The mailing address for property tax payments is P.O. Box 678002, Placerville, Calif. 95667-8002, and taxpayers are reminded to include their payment stub with the new envelope provided by the Tax Collector’s Office.

Online Payment for secured property taxes is another option available to taxpayers. The Tax Collector Website now provides a secure payment service to pay property taxes by electronic funds transfer or credit card. Accepted cards include Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

To make an online payment or to find answers to the most frequently asked property tax questions, access the Tax Collector’s Website at

Taxpayers making payments through their private bank’s online system should be sure to enter their parcel number as the account number and double check that delivery will be on or before the delinquency date. 

If there are questions on the assessed value of the property, taxpayers are encouraged to call the Assessor’s Office at 530-621-5719 directly.  Questions regarding the computation of the tax should be directed to the Auditor/Controller’s Office at 530-621-5470.  Questions regarding Direct Charges should be directed to the District’s phone number listed on the tax bill.  Questions regarding the total amount to pay should be directed to the Tax Collector’s Office at 530-621-5800.

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