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Property Tax Delinquent If Not Paid by December 11

Nov 21, 2023 12:40PM ● By Yolo County News Release

WOODLAND, CA (MPG) - The Yolo County Tax Collector’s Office wishes to remind property owners in Yolo County that the first installment of the 2023-24 Secured Property Tax, due on November 1, 2023, will become delinquent if not paid by December 11, 2023.

To avoid incurring a penalty, property taxes must be paid by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 11, 2023. After this deadline, a 10 percent penalty will be added. Envelopes containing mailed payments must be postmarked no later than December 11, 2023. It is recommended to mail payments a few days before the deadline to ensure the envelope receives the appropriate postmark. The sole acceptable postmark for deadline payments is one from the U.S. Postal Service.

Property owners have the option to pay property taxes by credit or debit card (with a 2.34 percent convenience fee) or by electronic check (no charge). These payments can be made online at or by phone at (877) 590-0714. Payments through either system must be completed by 5:00 p.m. on December 11, 2023, to avoid penalties.

Current regulations do not exempt property owners from payment responsibility or penalty imposition due to non-receipt of a tax bill. If you own property in Yolo County and did not receive a tax bill, please promptly contact (530) 666-8190 or email [email protected].

For inquiries or additional information regarding tax bills and payments:

Visit: and select the “Pay Property Tax” Button; Call: (530) 666-8190 during business hours; Consult with knowledgeable staff at the Yolo County Tax Collector’s Office at 625 Court Street, Room 102, in Woodland, during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Please note: The Yolo County Tax Collector’s office will remain open until 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 11, 2023. Additionally, property tax assistance programs are available at

Property taxes constitute a crucial funding source for local governments, including cities, school districts, local cemetery districts, community colleges, rural fire districts, and more. For instance, over half of property taxes received contribute to local school districts and to support local youth, while the property tax portion allocated to rural fire districts accounts for over 90 percent of their annual revenue. The County of Yolo receives approximately 9 percent of property taxes, equivalent to 9 cents of every dollar.

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