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To Prevent the Spread of the Coronavirus, In-Person Payments are Temporarily Unavailable

We understand and share the public’s anxiety and concern about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. While we cannot change the April 10 deadline for the Second Installment of Property Taxes because critical county services, schools, and local financial obligations are dependent on those scheduled revenues, we can waive penalties, costs, or other charges resulting from tax delinquency due to reasonable cause and circumstances related to this crisis.

Property owners can take advantage of the partial payment program and make multiple partial payments on the installment due.

We will not be providing in-person services or accepting in-person payment of property taxes until further notice. The Department is encouraging property owners to take advantage of other payment alternatives. These include mailing or electronic payments. We are asking property owners to make payments from the convenience of their homes. As conditions improve, and with guidance from the Public Health Officer, we will inform you when we resume in-person services.

Current Payment Options

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​Online or Mobile App

You can make payments online or on your mobile device, SCC DTAC mobile app​, 24 hours a day, with a credit card, debit card or eCheck. eCheck payments are free!

A fee of 2.25 percent of the transaction amount is associated with a credit or debit card transaction, charged by the payment vendor.​​

Postal Mail

Make check or money order payment to: SCC DTAC.

Payments in cashier’s checks, money orders or personal and business checks can be mailed to the department at:

Department of Tax and Collections
PO Box 60534
City of Industry, CA 91716-0534

or

Department of Tax and Collections
70 W Hedding Street, East Wing, 6th Floor
San Jose, CA 95110-1767

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Contact Information

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Please contact us at (408) 808-7900 or scctax@fin.sccgov.org​. All inquiries will be responded to when business returns to normal.

For more information see: Updates Regarding County Services During Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Last updated: 4/3/2020 4:28 PM