Los Angeles County Treasurer and Collector of Taxes Mail Notices of Overdue Payments for Homeowners

Los Angeles County Treasurer and Tax Collector Keith Knox is in the process of sending about 162,000 delinquency notices (notices) to Los Angeles County property owners who have not paid their taxes in full. annual and/or additional guaranteed land for 2021-22 tax year.

Notices include the attached insert which provides important information regarding payment options, ministry office location and hours of operation. Taxes are past due and will default on Friday, July 1, 2022. At that time, we will impose a $15 redemption fee and additional penalties of 1.5% per month on defaulted taxes.

Knox advises property owners that if residential or farm property remains in tax default for more than five years or vacant unimproved commercial property or residential land for more than three years, the county will sell the property at public auction in accordance with the state law.

Knox said: “Following this mailing, owners may have difficulty reaching us by phone. They can get the vast majority of their questions answered, including how to request a copy of a property tax bill, get the amount owed on any property, or find tax payment history for properties. last three fiscal years of Los Angeles County. Property tax portal at propertytax.lacounty.gov. Homeowners can also call the toll-free property tax information line at 1 (888) 807-2111, where automated information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Homeowners can subscribe to receive property tax-related emails from the Treasurer and Collector regarding special notices and upcoming events, such as annual property tax deadline reminders, office location updates and other news. To subscribe, taxpayers can access the e-mail notification service at ttc.lacounty.gov/eNotify.

Esther L. Steinbach