UPDATE: 4:08 p.m. Wednesday, April 1 - Butte County leaders said a new drop box for property tax payments has been added, as an effort to minimize the spread of coronavirus.
The new box is located outside the South entrance to the building between the Assessor's office and the Treasurer/Tax Collector's office.
Beginning Thursday, April 2, the 25 County Center Drive will be completely closed to the public, until further notice. Property tax payments can still be made with the options listed below.
BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. – Butte County officials say there has been confusion surrounding local property tax deadlines.
Although federal and state income tax deadlines have been moved, the county deadline of April 10 remains the same, according to the Treasurer and Tax Collector’s office.
However, for those who are directly impacted, either physically or financially by the coronavirus, there will be a penalty waiver process offered after the April 10, 2020 deadline.
The Butte County Treasurer-Tax Collector's office is closed to the public, due to the coronavirus. But, Property tax payments can be made online, by phone, or by mail with a timely postmark of April 10, 2020. To pay online, Click Here. To pay by phone, call 844-882-3391. A drop box is available outside the treasurer's office at 25 County Center Drive, Suite #125 Oroville, CA.
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