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How to Pay Property Taxes

Important Notice

Due to COVID-19 taxpayers are recommended to make payments online or over the phone. Cash payments can be exchanged for check or money order and mailed to our office. 

Important Notice

The 2021-2022 secured annual property tax bills are available online and have been mailed to taxpayers.

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Pay Online or Obtain Tax Bill

Disclaimer:

This service has been provided to allow easy access to San Joaquin County Tax Collector information. A reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data provided; nevertheless some information may be out of date or may not be accurate. The County of San Joaquin assumes no responsibility arising from the use of this information. Associated data are provided without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including but not limited to, the implied warranties for merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Do not make any business decisions based on this data before validating the data [Revenue and Taxation code Section 408.3(d)]. Any resale of this information is prohibited.

Users of this service assume responsibility to enter the correct bank information. If the routing number, account number, or account holder's name is incorrectly entered or if the account does not contain sufficient funds for settlement, a transaction number will be issued; however, the transaction cannot be successfully completed. Not all accounts are appropriate for electronic payments. Check with your financial institution before submitting a payment. The limit for an individual E-Check payment is $500,000. Although a transaction number is issued, if the transaction fails for any reason, it will not be re-deposited and a return fee will apply. If the payment is returned after the delinquent date, the Tax Collector must also charge the penalties required by law.

The Tax Collector does not guarantee uninterrupted availability of websites or phone systems. If payment is not received by the delinquent date, the taxpayer is responsible for penalties required by law.

No owner information is provided online. California Government Code 6254.21 states that "No state or local agency shall post the home address or telephone number of any elected or appointed official on the Internet without first obtaining the written permission of the individual."

Convenience Fee:

If you pay your taxes online, a convenience fee is charged in addition to the property tax amount paid. Convenience fees are paid to the service provider, not San Joaquin County.

E-Check (electronic check using bank account) No cost
Debit cards $3.49 per transaction
Credit cards 2.34% of total amount paid
Important Notice

When searching for property taxes by fee parcel number, results may include unsecured property tax bills that may not be owing by the property owner. If you need to identify the assessee responsible for a tax bill, please call (209) 468-2133 or email tax@sjgov.org. The Tax Collector's Office is not responsible for payments made on the wrong property.

The San Joaquin County current year property tax roll is available online for inquiry or to make a payment by credit card, debit card, or E-Check. Payment plans may not be started online. For lien or demand information, please email tax@sjgov.org, call (209) 468-2133, or fax our office at (209) 468-9482.

Pay Taxes or Obtain Tax Bill


For questions or problems making online payment, please call (888) 907-3872.

For all property tax questions, please call the Tax Collector's Office at (209) 468-2133.



Pay by Phone

Disclaimer:

This service has been provided to allow easy access to San Joaquin County Tax Collector information. A reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the data provided; nevertheless some information may be out of date or may not be accurate. The County of San Joaquin assumes no responsibility arising from the use of this information. Associated data are provided without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied, including but not limited to, the implied warranties for merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Do not make any business decisions based on this data before validating the data [Revenue and Taxation code Section 408.3(d)]. Any resale of this information is prohibited.

Users of this service assume responsibility to enter the correct bank information. If the routing number, account number, or account holder's name is incorrectly entered or if the account does not contain sufficient funds for settlement, a transaction number will be issued; however, the transaction cannot be successfully completed. Not all accounts are appropriate for electronic payments. Check with your financial institution before submitting a payment. The limit for an individual E-Check payment is $500,000. Although a transaction number is issued, if the transaction fails for any reason, it will not be re-deposited and a return fee will apply. If the payment is returned after the delinquent date, the Tax Collector must also charge the penalties required by law.

The Tax Collector does not guarantee uninterrupted availability of websites or phone systems. If payment is not received by the delinquent date, the taxpayer is responsible for penalties required by law.

Convenience Fee:

If you pay your taxes by phone, a convenience fee is charged in addition to the property tax amount paid. Convenience fees are paid to the service provider, not San Joaquin County.

E-Check (electronic check using bank account) No cost
Debit cards $3.49 per transaction
Credit cards 2.34% of total amount paid

The San Joaquin County current year property tax roll is available by phone for inquiry or to make a payment by credit card, debit card, or E-Check. Prior year taxes are not available by phone. Payment plans may not be started or paid by phone. For lien or demand information, please email tax@sjgov.org, call (209) 468-2133, or fax our office at (209) 468-9482.

To pay your tax bill using your touch-tone telephone, dial (866) 954-1829. You will need your 12-digit assessment number found on your tax bill to make payments by phone.


For all property tax questions, please call the Tax Collector's Office at (209) 468-2133.


Pay by Mail

Property tax payments must be received or postmarked by the United States Postal Service (USPS) by the delinquent date. Commercial postage meter dates are not valid for determining mailing date. Click here for additional information about postmarks to avoid penalties. To save time and avoid mailing issues, taxpayers are recommended to pay early online at SJCTTC.ORG.

To mail your tax payment, make check or money order payable to:

SJC TTC
P.O. Box 2169
Stockton, CA 95201-2169

Please include your payment stub and write your assessment number on your check or money order.

Pay in the Office

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, taxpayers are recommended to make payments online or over the phone. Cash payments can be exchanged for check or money order and mailed to our office.

The San Joaquin County Treasurer-Tax Collector's Office is located at:

44 North San Joaquin Street, Suite 150
Stockton, CA 95202

We are open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. The office is open until 5:00 p.m. on delinquent dates.

A payment drop box is located to the left of the Weber Avenue entrance to the San Joaquin County Administration Building. Please drop off of payments by check or money order only and do not deposit cash in the drop box.

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Updated September 30, 2021

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