To help limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Tax Collector’s front counter is closed and will remain closed until the Placer County Health Officer’s shelter in place order is lifted. Should you need assistance please call 530-889-4120 or toll free at 888-888-5218
As your county tax collector, I know that everyone is being impacted by the COVID-19. I and my staff care about the people, businesses and communities we serve, and we are working hard to balance the interest of individual taxpayers, community needs for essential services during this emergency, as well as state and national financial impacts.
Although the Tax Collector does not have authority to move the April 10 property tax delinquency date, we fully expect to work with many taxpayers over the coming weeks and months to waive penalties based on hardships related to COVID-19. I know that an extraordinary number of individuals and business have been affected and my office will do everything we can to assist these individuals and businesses.
We have created these web pages to provide information and resources for our taxpayers. Property Tax Information Related to COVID-19
Jenine Windeshausen serves as the Placer County Treasurer-Tax Collector, an elected official. The County Treasurer serves as the bank to the County, all school districts and numerous special districts.
The Treasury currently has $1.27 billion on deposit at a low point and over $1.54 billion as a high point. These monies are held in various investments consisting of treasury notes and bills, other government bonds and money market instruments.
The County Tax Collector collects taxes for more than 70 different taxing agencies within the county. The office collects over 230 different taxes including special assessments and direct charges. For the 2019/2020 tax year, they are $1,032,733,996.
The department has an annual budget of $3.8 million.