The second installment of the 2014-15 Property tax bills are due postmarked no later than April 10th, 2015. Payments can be made in person or can be paid electronically through our Pay Your Tax Bill link found on this site You can check the status of your payment or obtain a copy of your bill by visiting the MyTaxBill link under Services on this page. If you are using online bill pay through your financial institution, please remit payment early as they do not postmark and penalties will apply to all payments received after April 10.
WELCOME to the site of the Nevada County Treasurer & Tax Collector.
The Nevada County Treasurer & Tax Collector is responsible for the billing and collecting of property taxes and for receiving, investing and most importantly, safeguarding county taxpayer funds.
In Nevada County, the functions of County Treasurer and County Tax Collector are combined into the Office of the Treasurer & Tax Collector, a public official elected by the citizens of the County.
The Nevada County Treasurer is a State-mandated function that is governed by the Government Code. The Treasurer acts as a bank and investment firm receiving, investing and safeguarding all money belonging to the schools, special districts and County Departments. These entities draw upon these funds to pay for their budgeted expenses. The Treasury staff is responsible for approximately $400M in funds that flow through the Treasury each year and safeguards an investment portfolio that tops $200M.
The Nevada County Tax Collector is responsible for billing and collecting the Secured, Unsecured, and Supplemental taxes and the collection of the Transient Occupancy Tax. Approximately 60,000 Secured bills, 5,000 unsecured bills and 2,500 Supplemental bills are processed through this office each year. Tax Collection staff provides processing expertise; information and assistance to individual taxpayers and mortgage professionals; and oversees tax defaulted or delinquent tax payments, selling delinquent property under the approval of the Board of Supervisors.
This new and improved site contains valuable information about your property taxes and how your tax dollars are invested. We welcome feedback on this site so contact us with any comments or suggestions.
Tina M. Vernon
Nevada County Treasurer & Tax Collector