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Decorative Bullet Annual Mailing of Secured Property Tax Bills
  Annual tax bills will be mailed on or before November 1st to all property owners as shown on the Assessor's 2012 Assessment Roll.

Property owners who have not received a bill by November 3rd should immediately contact the Tax Collector's office by calling 213.974.2111 or 1.888.807.2111 to request a substitute tax bill. You may also email your request to the Treasurer and Tax Collector's Office at

Substitute bills may also be obtained by contacting the Assessor’s office via email at, or by going in person to any of the Assessor’s office locations.

Please provide the Assessor's Identification Number (AIN) with all inquiries. This information is required to provide you with the correct tax bill. You can locate your AIN from your tax bill, or access to Property Data & Maps as different sources.
  Posted by Property Tax Portal, Monday, October 15, 2012

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