SERVICES FOR SENIORS
2022-2023 PARCEL TAXES
|Alcalanes School Parcel Tax||(800) 441-8280|
>=65 by July 1 (only have to apply once by May 1; must re-apply if move)
|Lafayette School Parcel Tax||(925) 927-3500|
>=65 by July 1 (apply once by May 1; must re-apply if move)
|Lafayette School Supplemental Parcel tax||(925) 927-3500||>=65 by July 1 (apply once by May 1; must re-apply if move)|
|Martinez USD Parcel Tax|
>=65 by July 1 (only have to apply once by July 15)
|Moraga School District Measure M||(925) 376-5943||>=65 by June 30; low income seniors ( must re-apply annually by June 1)|
|Moraga School District Measure K|
|>=65 by June 30; low income seniors ( must re-apply annually by June 1)|
|Mt Diablo Mello Roos||(925) 682-8000 x4004||>=65 by July 1 (only once between March 1 and June 1; must re-apply if move)|
|Orinda USDA 2003-A||(925) 258-6214||>=65 low income seniors (must re-apply annually by June 30|
|Orinda USDA 2009-B||(925) 258-6214||>=65 low income seniors (must re-apply annually by June 30|
|Pittsburg Unified School Parcel Tax||(800) 441-8280||>=65 by July 1 (only have to apply once by May 31; must re-apply if move)|
|Rodeo-Hercules FPD Measure O||(510) 799-8756||>=65 by June 30 (must re-apply annually by January 31)|
|SRVUSD Parcel Tax 16-Measure A||(925) 552-2968||>=65 by July 1 (apply once by May 31; must have homeowner’s exemption; re-apply if move)|
|HO||Walnut Creek School Parcel Tax||(844) 332-0549||>=65 by June 1 (only have to apply once by May 1; must re-apply if move)|
|CL||W Contra Costa Schools Parcel Tax||(844) 332-0549||>=65 by July 1 (only have to apply once by July 1; must re-apply if move)|
|IY||EBRPD-East Co LLD||(888) 512-0316||>=62 Low income; (only 50% reduction-must apply annually by June 30)|
|J4||EBRPD ZB-5 Stn Vly||(888) 512-0316||>=62 Low income; (only 50% reduction-must apply annually by June 30)|
|J6||EBRPD ZB-6 Gtwy Vly||(888) 512-0316||>=62 Low income; (only 50% reduction-must apply annually by June 30)|
|KA||EBRPD - L&L District||(888) 512-0316||>=62 Low income; (only 50% reduction-must apply annually by June 30)|
|NS||EBRPD ZB-4 SR Hills||(888) 512-0316||>=62 Low income; (only 50% reduction-must apply annually by June 30)|
|NT||EBRPD - CFD No. A/C - 3||(888) 512-0316||>=62 Low income; (only 50% reduction-must apply annually by June 30)|
No Senior Exemptions
|Antioch USD CFD 2004-1|
|Antioch 94-1 CFD|
|W Contra Costa Unified School District|
There are no exemptions for General Obligation Bonds (those listed in the Ad Valorem section of tax bill)
TAX BASE TRANSFER
On November 3, 2020, California voters approved Proposition 19, The Home Protection for Seniors, Severely Disabled, Families, and Victims of Wildfire or Natural Disasters Act. This measure proposed significant changes to existing programs, adding new provisions for a base year value transfer of a primary residence for persons at least age 55 or severely disabled or for victims of wildfires or natural disasters. Click HERE for a comparison chart of the old law and the effects of Proposition 19, pending its enactment.
DUE DATE E-MAIL REMINDER
Secured Tax Payment Notification If you have difficulty keeping up with the due dates of your annual Secured property tax payments, you may want to sign up for Due Date E-mail Reminder. The service is free and is solely intended to remind you to check the payment status of your tax bill before the taxes become delinquent. An e-mail reminder will be sent approximately two weeks prior to each delinquent date to remind you to pay or check on the payment status of your Secured Property Tax bill(s). This service can also be used as a third-party reminder to notify you to check on the taxes of loved ones who may be unable to pay them personally.
A maximum of three parcel numbers can be included per e-mail reminder, and a maximum of one e-mail reminder account per e-mail address.
You may discontinue this service anytime by clicking on a link in your e-mail notice that allows you to remove or deactivate your account.
Responsibility For Timely Payments
You are not relieved of your responsibility to make timely payments as a result of any failure of the County to send e-mail reminder notices. Penalties for delinquent payments will be imposed regardless of the subscription to this service or any failure of this service. Please read carefully the DISCLAIMER at the bottom of the subscription page. E-Mail Confidentiality The Treasurer-Tax Collector's Office will only use the e-mail address included in the subscription for the purpose of sending the Due Date E-mail Reminder and any other issues pertaining to your taxes. It will not share nor use the e-mail address for any other purpose without your express consent.
E-BILLING OF ANNUAL TAX BILL
As part of our effort to support a cleaner and healthier environment by taking advantage of today's technology, the Tax Collector's Office now offers SECURED PROPERTY TAX bill notifications by e-mail.
To participate in this voluntary program, all you need to do is SIGN UP by completing the New User Profile and adding parcel numbers to the APN list that will be sent to you in September each year.
In addition to the annual e-mail notification, we will also send you a reminder notification prior to the delinquent date of each installment. This will be particularly helpful if you have multiple bills to keep up with and pay.
The e-mail notification is free and will link you to your on-line tax bill where you can view/print its details and pay the installments, all in the convenience of your home or work place and without the stress of late or lost mail.
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PROPERTY TAX POSTPONEMENT
Do you or a loved one need help keeping up with residential property tax payments? The State Controller’s Property Tax Postponement Program (PTP) allows homeowners who are seniors, or blind, or disabled to defer current-year property taxes on their principal residence if they meet certain criteria. To learn more, click HERE.
Questions? Contact the State Controller’s Office at (800) 952-5661 or email@example.com.
September 7, 2022, State Controller Betty T. Yee announced that applications for the Property Tax Postponement Program for the 2022-23 tax year are now available. Read more...
If you have faced a pandemic-related financial hardship, you may be eligible for help to catch up on your past-due property tax payments. Funds received never have to be paid back, and there is no cost to apply. Check eligibility at CAMortgageRelief.org. Read more...