Steve J. Bestolarides
Office of the Assessor
The Office of the Assessor is dedicated to preparing fair and equitable assessments to all taxable property in San Joaquin County. The County Assessor has a constitutional responsibility to determine the value of and assess all taxable property in the County. That assessment is used to compute the annual property tax bill. The 2022-2023 property tax assessment roll grew to $99.1 billion; approximately $1 billion in property tax dollars that support education, public safety and local services.
Office of the Recorder-County Clerk
The Office of the Recorder-County Clerk is committed to providing excellent, cost-effective service to the public. The Office maintains public records, records documents, and files notary public bonds. The Recorder-County Clerk issues and registers marriage licenses, vital statistics and other public documents. Additionally, the Recorder-County Clerk receives passport applications on behalf of the U.S. Department of State.
Completed Assessment Roll Delivered
June 30, 2023
The San Joaquin County Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk delivers the completed assessment roll to the San Joaquin County Auditor-Controller.
Filing Period for a Formal Appeal of Assessed Value Begins
July 2, 2023
The filing period, with the San Joaquin County Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, for a reduction in assessed value is July 2 - November 30.
Note: These dates apply specifically to San Joaquin County. If you own property in another county, check with that county’s Assessor’s office for the filing period dates.
Informal Value Review Filing Period Begins
July 2, 2023