Santa Cruz County Property Tax Bill

Search for Santa Cruz County CA property tax bills. A property tax bill search provides information on property tax records, property bills, property tax assessments, property appraisals, parcel numbers, property descriptions, property tax payment rules, property tax due dates, mailed property tax bills, unpaid property taxes, tax liens, foreclosures, tax payment plans, appealing a property tax bill, and property tax refunds.


The Santa Cruz County Treasurer and Tax Collector's Office collects property taxes for a county or local government and maintains a number of property-related records. These can include Santa Cruz County property tax assessment reports, property appraisals, property tax bills, and tax bill due dates, as well as parcel numbers, property descriptions, and property owner information. The Treasurer and Tax Collector also keeps records on paid and unpaid property taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures, and they provide property tax bill services, including setting up property tax payment plans, appealing a property tax assessment, and applying for a property tax refund in Santa Cruz County California. Searching for Santa Cruz County property tax bill information can help current owners and prospective buyers, and property tax bill records are available on the Treasurer and Tax Collector website.

Santa Cruz County Treasurer-Tax Collector's Office Santa Cruz CA 701 Ocean Street 95060 831-454-2510


A Town or City Hall in Santa Cruz County provides several municipal services for their area, including maintaining property tax records and managing property bills. They may keep Santa Cruz County property tax assessment reports, property appraisals, parcel numbers, and property descriptions. Town and City Halls in Santa Cruz County California also provide information on property tax bills, payment procedures, tax bill due dates, and requesting a Santa Cruz County property tax bill. They also maintain records on paid and unpaid property taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures, and some Town and City Halls provide property tax bill services, such as setting up a property tax payment plan or appealing a Santa Cruz County property tax assessment. Property tax bill information is often available on the Town or City Hall website.

Capitola City Hall Capitola CA 420 Capitola Avenue 95010 831-475-7300

San Juan Bautista City Hall Watsonville CA 311 2nd Street 95076 831-623-4661

Santa Cruz City Hall Santa Cruz CA 809 Center Street 95060 831-420-5030

Scotts Valley City Hall Scotts Valley CA 1 Civic Center Drive 95066 831-440-5602

Watsonville City Hall Watsonville CA 231 Union Street 95076 831-768-3240


The Santa Cruz County Assessor's Office determines the value of all property in their county or local area, and they maintain records related to property, including property appraisal reports, property tax assessments, and property descriptions. Assessors in Santa Cruz County California may provide Santa Cruz County property tax bill information, including searchable tax bills, parcel numbers, and records on paid and unpaid property taxes. They also maintain records on Santa Cruz County tax liens, foreclosures, and property owner information, as well as providing property tax bill services such as arranging a property tax payment plan, appealing a property tax assessment, or applying for tax relief. The property tax bill information at the Santa Cruz County Assessor's Office, which may be available online, can help current owners and prospective buyers.

Santa Cruz County Assessor's Office Santa Cruz CA 701 Ocean Street 95060 831-454-2002


The Santa Cruz County Clerk's Office maintains public records for a county or local government, including documents on property taxes and property tax bills. These records can include property tax assessments, property appraisals, parcel numbers, property descriptions, and property owner information. Clerks have information on Santa Cruz County property tax bills, payment procedures, and tax bill due dates. The Clerk Office in Santa Cruz County California also maintains records on paid and unpaid property taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures, and they may provide property tax bill services, such as setting up a property tax payment plan, appealing a property tax assessment, or applying for property tax relief. Current owners and prospective buyers can access Santa Cruz County property tax bill information through the Clerk Office website.

Santa Cruz County Clerk Santa Cruz CA 701 Ocean Street 95060 831-454-2060

Scotts Valley City Clerk Scotts Valley CA 1 Civic Center Drive 95066 831-440-5602


The Santa Cruz County Finance Department manages finances for their municipality, often at the county or local level, which can include property taxes. Finance Departments in Santa Cruz County California may provide property tax bill information, and their property records include property appraisals, property tax assessments, descriptions of properties, parcel maps, and parcel numbers. They may also maintain records on paid and unpaid Santa Cruz County property taxes, tax liens, and foreclosures, as well as providing property tax bill services such as setting up a property tax payment plan, appealing an unfair property tax assessment, or applying for tax relief. Santa Cruz County Finance Departments may provide documents related to property tax bills, that are useful for current owners or prospective buyers, on their website.

Santa Cruz Finance Department Santa Cruz CA 809 Center Street 95060 831-420-5050

Scotts Valley Finance Department Scotts Valley CA 1 Civic Center Drive 95066 831-440-5610

Watsonville Finance Department Watsonville CA 250 Main Street 95076 831-768-3462