How can I find out the amount of my tax bill?
This information is available from any of the following sources:
Secured Taxes Online. The Treasurer and Tax Collector’s website provides secured tax information. Click the following link How much are my property taxes? and enter your Assessor's Identification Number to view the amount of secured taxes due. Current year tax information is available between October 1 and June 30 only, delinquent information is available all year, except during July.
Substitute Tax Bills. If you want a substitute secured tax bill, please call our 24-hour PROPTAX Information System at (213)974-2111 or toll free at (888)807-2111. You must have your 10-digit Assessor’s Identification Number. You may also email a request for a substitute bill to the Treasurer and Tax Collector at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide the property address and, if available, the Assessor's Identification Number. This information is required to provide you with the correct tax bill.
Current Year Unsecured Taxes Online. The Treasurer and Tax Collector’s website provides current year unsecured tax amounts. Click the
following link: How much are my Unsecured taxes? and enter the year and bill number to view the amount of the current year unsecured taxes. This website provides current year unsecured tax information and is available between March 1 and June 30 only. You may also phone the department at (213) 893-7935.
Substitute Unsecured Tax Bills. If you want a substitute tax bill, please call the Unsecured Property Tax Section at (213) 893-7935. You may also email a request for a substitute bill from the Treasurer and Tax Collector at email@example.com. Please provide the year and bill number, if available; however, if you do not have that information please provide your name, the type of bill you receive (e.g. boat, business property), the property address, and the billing address. When making a payment make sure to always write the year and bill number on your check. BE CAREFUL, BILL NUMBERS CHANGE EVERY YEAR.
If you would like additional information regarding this subject, you may submit your question to our public service staff by using our Public Inquiry Form.