My Tax Bill

WE ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGING TAXPAYERS TO UTILIZE OUR ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEM, PAYMENT BY PHONE, DROP BOX OR U.S. MAIL SERVICE DURING COVID-19. CURRENLTY ONLY CASH PAYMENTS ARE BEING ACCEPTED IN OFFICE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  

Important Dates

Property tax bills for the 2020-2021 fiscal year will be mailed out the week of September 28, 2020.

The 1st installment is due November 1 (delinquent if not postmarked by December 10).

The 2nd installment is due February 1 (delinquent if not postmarked by April 10). 

Timely Payments

If the due date falls on a weekend or holiday, then it would be due the next business day. If you mail payment close to the delinquent dates of December 10 and April 10, we encourage a hand-stamped postmark to ensure that it is received as timely. You can pay online or over-the-phone up until 11:59pm on December 10th and April 10th and still be considered timely. Please visit the Pay Your Tax Bill page for more information. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are encouraging online, over-the phone, or drop payments in the drop boxes located at the Rood Center in Nevada City and Truckee Town Hall in Truckee.

View Your Tax Bill

To view your Tax Bill you will need to enter your 12 digit Assessment Number, 12 digit Fee Parcel number or Street Address. Once you enter the information into the appropriate box click the "Search" button. 

View Archived Tax Bills

To view Archived Tax Bills (2017-2018 fiscal year and prior) you will need to enter a 10-digit parcel number which can be converted from the 12 digit Assessment Number by dropping the 1st zero and 7th zero. Example: (drop zeros) 0XX-XXX-0XX-XXX for old 10 digit parcel number format.

Pay Your Tax Bill

Visit our page Pay Your Tax Bill for information on how to pay.

Don’t have your Assessment Number?

Use our Geographic Information Systems’ quick mapping portal MyNeighborhood to look up your assessment number by Street Address.

Change Mailing Address

To change your mailing address fill out the Request for Change of Mailing Address form and submit it to the Assessor’s Office.

Please Note: The Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office does not guarantee uninterrupted availability of the websites. Taxpayers are responsible for delinquent fees and penalties resulting from such unavailability. 

Although every attempt has been made to deliver accurate information through this convenient online presentation, this information is provided by an outside webpage provider and we cannot guarantee that the information is complete.