PROPOSITION 19 (2020)
The Assessor has not yet received legislative interpretation or guidance from the Board of Equalization on the implementation of Proposition 19. We will not have definitive answers to questions regarding changes to the law until then.
The Board of Equalization has created an informational page on their website comparing current law to changes that will occur under the new law. We recommend that you visit this site: https://boe.ca.gov/prop19/ and monitor it for updates.
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Update 12/22/2020: The Assessor's Office has processed most of the calamity reductions that we are aware of. If your property had physical damage and you have not received a calamity reduction on your property please file a Calamity Application (see links below) or contact our office.
Characteristics update: The Assessor’s online database has been updated to reflect the current characteristics of a parcel. We understand that you may still need access to the historical characteristics so for those properties that were destroyed in the CZU fire we've added a link to access that information. (On the Characteristics page of our website you will see a link "Historical Characteristics").
These electronic records may be incomplete and may not reflect all buildings in our records. Only the assessor building records (paper files) will document all buildings the assessor has record of. To date we have scanned and emailed 605 building records to property owners. To receive your complete assessor records please file a calamity application (below).
If you need to update your mailing address, please complete the change of address form below.
- Application for Calamity Relief and/or Deferral of Regular Secured Taxes
- Change of Address Form
Please review our list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
If you still have questions, contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (831) 454-2270 for more information.