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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Excluding Los Angeles County Holidays

Contact Us

 
 225 N. Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Toll-Free No.: (888) 807-2111
 Email: info@ttc.lacounty.gov
 
Secured Property Taxes
(213) 974-2111
Toll-Free No.: (888) 807-2111
info@ttc.lacounty.gov
 
Unsecured Property Taxes
(213) 893-7935
unsecured@ttc.lacounty.gov
 
Tax-Defaulted Property Auctions
(213) 974-2045
auction@ttc.lacounty.gov
 
Tax-Defaulted Property
Chapter 8
(213) 974-0871
ch8@ttc.lacounty.gov
 
Business License
(213) 974-2011
businesslicense@ttc.lacounty.gov
 
Collections
(213) 974-0160
collection@ttc.lacounty.gov
 
Finance & Investments
(213) 974-7175
investor@ttc.lacounty.gov
 
Other Taxes
(213) 893-7984
uut@ttc.lacounty.gov
(Utility User Tax)
tot@ttc.lacounty.gov
(Transient Occupancy Tax)
bltdf@ttc.lacounty.gov
(Disposal Facilities-Business
License Tax)
 
Public Administrator
(213) 974-0404

Treasurer and Tax Collector

 

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Joseph Kelly
We have put this website together in an effort to provide the public with information and online access to our services and publications. This website provides answers to the great majority of your questions. We encourage you to review the information below in each of our service areas.

Latest News:

2016-17 Secured Property Taxes Second Installment Period

Credit and Debit Card Service Fee Increases for Property Tax Payments -
On March 12, 2017, service fees for credit and debit card Secured Property Tax payments will increase. This increase is primarily driven by the online third party payment processor for Secured Property Tax credit card and debit card payments. The Tax Collector has compiled information on the Credit and Debit Card Service Fee Increases for Property Taxes.

For Other News Items, scroll to the bottom of the page.
 

Public Auction

 
Sale of properties located in Los Angeles County due to defaulted property taxes exceeding five years or more for residential or agricultural property and three years or more for non-residential commercial property and vacant land.
gravel for auction

Unsecured Property Taxes

 
Taxes on personal property, such as business fixtures, business personal property, boats and aircraft.
boat for unsecured
 
 

Public Finance

 
Investor information including various financial and statistical information regarding the finances of the County of Los Angeles.
bar graph upward for finance

Other Taxes

 
Other taxes levied in the unincorporated areas of the County of Los Angeles include the following:
miscellaneous items
 

Collection Services

 

Other News Items

 


news release
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important News Releases)
   news release bullet 1 2016-17 Secured Property Taxes Payment Activity Notice
     - Press Release
   news release bullet 1 Property Tax Postponement News
     - IMPORTANT INFORMATION! On October 1, 2016, the State Controller's Office began accepting applications for the new Property Tax Postponement Program for Senior Citizens and Disabled Citizens.

APPLY EARLY! This program has limited funding and the State will be approving applications on a first come, first served basis and all who qualify may not be approved.

You must include your 2016-17 Annual Secured Property Tax Bill with your application; we began mailing the 2016-17 Annual Secured Property Tax Bills on October 3, 2016.

To review the program requirements and to obtain a copy of the application, please visit the California State Controller's Office Website at http://www.sco.ca.gov/ardtax_prop_tax_postponement.html.

   news release bullet 2 The 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 Postmarks.

   news release bullet 3 We 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 eCheck.
   news release bullet 4 You 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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