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How the Property Tax System Works


City Agencies
Provides copies of all building
permits issued.

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Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
Provides copies of all deeds and other recorded documents.

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Assessor
Assesses all real estate and personal property (businesses, manufactured
homes, boats, and airplanes) located throughout the entire county.

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Auditor-Controller
Receives the assessments from the Assessor and applies the appropriate
tax rate to determine the actual amount of property taxes owed.

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Treasurer-Tax Collector
Mails out the property tax bills, collects the money, and deposits it in the
County Treasury.

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Auditor-Controller
Allocates the money to over 900 local taxing agencies, including the
County, cities, schools and special districts.

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