If you already made your November property tax payment to Butte County but do not want the check processed, the Butte County Treasurer’s office are currently holding those payments. First, contact your bank to see if your check is still outstanding (not paid against your account). If it has not been paid, you may call (530) 552-3720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to advise them not to process your payment and make arrangements regarding the check.
If you have not made your November property tax payment to Butte County, and if you have lost your home or employment due to the Camp Fire, and you pay your taxes directly (no impound account),the Butte County Treasurer’s office says to please be assured that there will be no penalties imposed for payments due on December 10 that are paid after that date.
Butte County Property Tax Reassessments are coming. The Butte County Assessor will be re-assessing damaged properties as quickly as possible, and new tax bills will be issued, with new due dates. They are using the Cal Fire map to determine which properties have been destroyed. That being said, if your home or business was impacted, you should still file the property tax reassessment form on your own — the form is available on the Assessor’s website.The reassessment will adjust property values from Nov. 8 through June 30, 2019 – the new tax bills will represent the pre-fire value of the property for the first four months of the fiscal year — June 30-Oct. 31 — and the reduced value for the rest of the year. The new property tax bills will replace the Dec. 10 deadline for the first installment, with a date 30 days after a new value and a new tax bill are prepared.