| County Tax Collector to Defaulting Homeowners: Pay

The Los Angeles County Treasurer and Tax Collector mailed payment activity notices to delinquent landowners in the county as a courtesy.

The notices alert property owners that the ministry’s records do not reflect any payment, partial payment, or late payment on the first property tax installment for the current 2019-20 tax year.

As a result of this mailing, owners may have difficulty reaching the ministry by telephone.

Homeowners can get answers to the vast majority of their questions including, but not limited to how to request a copy of a property tax bill, get the amount owed on a parcel, or find payment history. taxes for the last three fiscal taxes. years of the Los Angeles County Property Tax portal at

Taxpayers can also call the toll-free property tax information line at 888-807-2111, where automated information is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We recommend that you pay your taxes online. Electronic check payments are free and easy, and only require your bank and checking account information as well as your property’s Personal Identification Number (PIN). You can locate the PIN on the Guaranteed Annual Property Tax Account or on any original property tax account from a previous year.

Third Party Notification Program
Property taxpayers can designate a third party (for example, a friend, family member, or agency) to receive a copy of overdue notices. While third parties are not responsible for paying the bill, they can remind you that your property tax may be in default or remind you to take steps to prevent you from losing your property in the event of a tax sale.

Elderly people, people with language limitations and others who need special assistance are among those who can benefit from this program. If you would like to register for this program, please visit our website at

To contact the Treasurer and Tax Collector, email [email protected], call 888-807-2111 or visit 225 North Hill Street, First Floor Lobby, Los Angeles 90012, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Pacific Time, Monday through Friday, excluding Los Angeles County holidays.

Anyone who is hard of hearing and has TDD equipment can leave a message at 213-974-2196 or use California Relay Services at 800-735-2929.

Esther L. Steinbach

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