Secured Property Tax Bills for FY 2019-20 mailed and available online

Orange County Treasurer Shari Freidenrich announced that over 870,000 secured property tax bills totaling more than $7.2 billion have been mailed to the names of the property owners on the most recent tax roll. The secured property tax bills are now available online at ocgov.com/octaxbill.

The first installment of the FY 2019-20 secured property taxes is due and payable on November 1, and will become delinquent if not paid by December 10. The second installment is due and payable on February 1, 2020, and will become delinquent if not paid by April 10, 2020.

If you have not yet received the 2019-20 secured property tax bill, you can obtain a copy online, by emailing a request to [email protected] or by calling us at (714) 834-3411 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.).

Government Code states that not receiving a property tax bill does not relieve you from your responsibility to pay it on time. The website also provides an up-to-date statement page for all secured property, including any outstanding balances plus any delinquencies, penalties or fees.

The most common way to view the page is to input either your property address or your seven-digit Assessor Parcel Number, (for secured property and possessory interest property).

Property Tax Tips:

  • Sign up to receive a payment reminder by text or email at ocgov.com/octaxreminder
  • Pay property tax bills online at ocgov.com/octaxbill by eCheck (bank account) at no cost and receive same day credit and an emailed receipt
  • Avoid the major construction (ocgov.com/octaxparking) near our office and pay online
  • Scan the QR code on your property tax bill to go directly to the specific property’s tax information View the 10 years of property tax bills and the last two years of payment details online
  • Process your property tax payment up to midnight on the last timely payment date at ocgov.com/octaxbill to avoid late fees
  • Check out our newest app that shows the bill items in an easy to read format with a GIS map at mello.ocgov.com. The app identifies parcels with Mello-Roos and PACE assessments and includes local services and parks near the selected parcel

The County opened a new Service Center at 601 N. Ross St.Santa Anawhere the public can pay their property taxes in person and also access other County services. A tax payment dropbox for 24/7 payments is easily accessible on Ross Street.

This article was released by the Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector.