View and pay for your Fresno County property tax bills/statements online using this service.
You will need your Parcel Number to search and pay for your property tax bills online.
Fresno County Secured annual tax bills can be paid in two installments:
You may, if you choose, pay the entire tax bill when the first installment payment is made.
If you do not pay the first installment of your tax bill to the Fresno County Auditor-Controller/ Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office by 5 p.m. on December 10, or payment is not postmark cancelled by that date, that installment becomes delinquent and a 10% delinquent penalty is assessed.
If you fail to pay the second installment at Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office by 5 p.m. on April 10, or payment is not postmark cancelled by that date, it becomes delinquent and a 10% penalty on the unpaid tax as well as a charge of $10.00 is added. If you fail to pay any supplemental tax installment by the applicable date, the same penalties and charges accrue as for delinquent annual taxes.
If there are ANY unpaid taxes as of 5 p.m. on June 30, the property becomes tax defaulted ( if June 30 falls on a weekend or holiday, taxes must be paid by 5 p.m. of the preceding business day or the property tax will become tax-defaulted at 5:01 p.m.). Once the property has become tax defaulted, a redemption fee of $15.00 and additional penalties begin to accrue at the rate of 1½% per month of the unpaid taxes. This monthly penalty is affixed at 5 p.m. on the last day of each month (or the following business day if the last day of the month falls on the weekend or holiday).
Annual property tax bills are mailed to the owner of record each year on or before November 1.
If you do not receive your annual tax bill by November 10, you should contact the Tax Collection Division of the Auditor-Controller/Treasurer-Tax Collector’s office. Please provide your Assessor’s parcel number or, the property address or, Assessee name.
Also, you may obtain information in person at the Tax Collection Division. Supplemental tax statements are mailed throughout the year.
Yes! you can get the applications for the homeowner’s, veteran’s, church, welfare and other exemptions may be obtained from the Fresno County Assessor’s Office. These programs allow, under specific qualifications, for assessment exemptions, which result in tax savings. Additional information maybe obtained from the Assessor’s Office, (559) 600.3534.
Your taxes can remain unpaid for a maximum five years following tax default, at which time your property becomes subject to the Fresno County Tax Collector’s power of sale. This means that your property will be offered for sale at a public auction or that it may be acquired by a public agency if you do not pay the taxes on the last day before the date on which the property is offered for sale or acquisition
The amount needed to redeem tax-defaulted property in Fresno County in full is the sum of the following: