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Tax Postponement Program
- On September 28, 2014, the Governor signed AB 2231
(Statutes of 2014, Chapter 703), which reinstates the State Controller's Property Tax Postponement Program
(PTP). This program will allow senior citizens, blind, and disabled
persons with an annual household income of $35,500 or less to apply to defer payment
of current year property taxes on their principal residence.
Calabasas Business License Holders
- On August 28, 2014, the City of Calabasas (City)
introduced Ordinance 2014-317, to establish a Business License Program for the City.
The City's new ordinance took effect on September 26, 2014. Therefore, the Los Angeles
County Treasurer and Tax Collector will no longer be providing business licenses
or mailing and accepting renewal fees for any businesses located within the City
as of October 1, 2014. The City will honor all existing licenses and their expiration
dates issued by the County. For any questions regarding the City's new Business
License Program, please contact Maureen Tamuri at (818) 224-1600 of the Community
Development Department of Calabasas.
Public Health Permit/License Holders
- On May 13, 2014, the County of Los Angeles Board
of Supervisors adopted an ordinance to consolidate all responsibility for Public
Health Permits and Licenses to the Department of Public Health's Environmental
Health Division beginning July 1, 2014. Previously, the responsibility had been
divided between the Department of Public Health and the Treasurer and Tax Collector.
Department of Public Health's Environmental Health Division anticipates mailing
out the 2014/15 Permit/License bills by the end of July 2014. Should you have any
questions regarding a Health Permit/License, please contact the Environmental Health
Division at 1 (888) 700-9995 or visit the Public Health website
Los Angeles County Tax Collector reminds taxpayers that property tax payments must
be received or postmarked by the delinquency date to avoid penalties. If a payment
is received after the delinquency date, with no postmark, the payment is considered
late and penalties will be imposed, in accordance with State law. Taxpayers who
send a payment by mail are cautioned that the United States Postal Service only
postmarks certain mail depending on the type of postage used, and may not postmark
mail on the same day deposited by a taxpayer. To assist taxpayers in understanding
how to avoid penalties that could result from postmark issues, the Tax Collector
has compiled important related information on how to Avoid Penalties by Understanding
Requirement for Registration of Tax Agents
- Beginning July 1, 2013, anyone defined as a Tax
Agent will be required to register annually before representing taxpayers before
a county official. For more information about the program and who will be required
to register, please visit the Assessment Appeals Board
accept online electronic check (eCheck), credit and debit card payments for current
and defaulted taxes, business license renewals and delinquent account collections.
To make your online payment, please select "Make Online Payment" on the
left side of this page to begin. Please note that there are processing fees for
using the credit and debit card options for tax payments. There are no fees for
can now subscribe to receive emails from the Treasurer and Tax Collector with special
notices and upcoming events, such as annual property tax deadline reminders, office
location updates and other news. To subscribe to receive these notices, select Email
Notification Service on the left side of this page.
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