Treasurer / Tax Collector
Due to the current Covid-19 recommendations, our offices are now closed to the public.
Secured Property Taxes are delinquent if they were not paid on or before April 10, 2020
We understand and share the public’s anxiety and concern about the impacts of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. However, Colusa County had no statutory authority to change the April 10 due date for the Second Installment of Property Taxes. These revenues provide funding for critical public services, such as emergency response, public health, schools and other local financial obligations.
Payments made by check, cashier’s check or money order can be mailed to 547 Market St, Suite 111, Colusa, CA 95932.
Hours of operation will remain in effect until further notice.
*** The 2nd installments for Current Secured Property Taxes were Due February 1st, 2020, delinquent after April 10th, 2020.
The office of the Treasurer-Tax Collector operates three divisions which include Treasury, Tax Collection and Public Administration. The department is responsible for investing, safeguarding and disbursing money for the County and related agencies.
The Tax Collector collects taxes and is governed by California state law. The Tax collector is responsible for the billing and collection of all property taxes. The Tax collector does not determine the amount of taxes that are billed or the billing address. Assessed values, ownership status and mailing addresses are controlled by the Assessor, bond rates and tax distribution are managed by the Auditor, and direct charges are determined by their respective Districts.
The County Treasury is responsible for the receipt, custody and investment of all monies placed in the County Treasury. The Treasury oversees banking operations and the county investment pool. While the Treasurer seeks the highest possible return on all investments, the primary objective of the Treasurer is to ensure the security of investment and maintain sufficient liquidity to meet the financial needs of the County at all times. In addition, the Treasury manages Colusa County Business Licenses.
The Public Administrator oversees the administration of estates of deceased persons who were residents of Colusa County and have no qualified person willing or able to administer. The powers of the Public Administrator are mandated by the Probate Code of the State of California.
Request for Tax Information
Tax information is provided via email , fax or in person only. Fees may apply.
Requests via email can be sent to the Tax Request Contact Email
Request via fax: (530) 458-0442
Please allow 24 hrs for e-mailed or faxed request.
In person: 557 Market Street, Suite 111
Payment Options are:
Property Tax Postponement:
Filing period: October 01, 2019 - February 10, 2020
Limited Funds, Approval on First Come, First Serve Basis
Applications can be picked up in our office or online at the State Controller’s website
For questions please call (800) 952-5661