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    State has not extended April 10 Payment Deadline

    County Service Center Temporarily Closed to In-Person Payments

    (On-Site Drop Box Available Off Ross Street)

    We understand and share your concerns about the impacts of COVID-19 and its impact on your personal financial condition and/or your business.  We also understand that because there are only two secured property tax payments due each year, this may be one of the largest single expenditures that you make during the year.

    Neither the Treasurer nor the County has the authority to change the April 10 date as it is set by state law, and, all indications that we have, is that it will not be extended.

    The Treasurer-Tax Collector will grant penalty relief for taxpayers affected by COVID-19 as allowed by law.  For taxpayers who do not make payments of property taxes by April 10, they can submit the Penalty Cancellation Request form  and supporting documentation.  The existing State law, which we will follow, authorizes the Treasurer-Tax Collector to waive penalties, costs and other charges when failure to make a timely payment is due to reasonable cause and circumstances beyond the taxpayer’s control, within certain conditions.  All requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

    Because of the current State executive order and if you are able to pay your property tax, we encourage you to “Stay Home and Pay Online” by April 10 using our no cost eCheck (bank account) payment option. We provide same day credit and a receipt (printed, emailed or take a picture) available 24/7 on our online website at (secure website once you get to payment input page)..

    Other payment options include online payments by credit/debit card (2.29 percent service fee), IVR payment by credit/debit cards (2.29 percent service fee), mailed payments or payments at our onsite payment drop box at 601 N. Ross Street (checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, no cash).  Mailed payments must have a U.S. Post Office postmark by April 10 to avoid penalties and late fees.

    We encourage you to sign up for the property tax information subscriber list that will provide you with the latest information on property taxes, including payment reminders, at

    Taxpayers can view and print a duplicate copy of the past 10 years of property tax bills by inputting the parcel number or address. We also have a TOP 5 DOS and DON’TS with helpful information on property tax payments, including How to Avoid Penalties. And we encourage you to check out our Financial Literacy Tips and Resources page to help you during this difficult time. 

    You can email us at or call us at 714-834-3411. For the latest accurate information about the COVID-19, please visit the website.  Please stay safe.


    Treasurer-Tax Collector Shari Freidenrich

    Welcome to the Treasurer-Tax Collector

    Shari L. Freidenrich, CPA, CCMT, CPFA, ACPFIM

    The primary mission of the Treasurer- Tax Collector is to invest public funds in a manner which provides maximum security of principal and preservation of capital. The secondary emphasis is providing adequate liquidity so participants may meet their operating cash flow needs. Finally, we work to achieve a market rate of return while conforming to all applicable laws, statutes and resolutions governing the investment of public funds.

    In addition, our office collects and distributes property taxes for over 200 local agencies in Orange County. We provide billing and collection services for multiple county agencies and our technology and streamlined processes minimize agency costs while maximizing agency revenue.

    Our focus is on providing excellent customer service to both local agencies and taxpayers. We offer a variety of customer service options to best suit your agency or personal needs, including online payment options, forms and answers to common questions. Please take a look around the website. We welcome your comments or suggestions on how we can better service you. Thank you for visiting and come back soon.

    Shari L. Freidenrich - Bio 

    Enhanced ways to reach key data on our website: Property tax statement information (view, print, pay) Secured tax bill reminder service by text or email Unsecured tax bill reminder service by text or email Important information about postmarks Properties with delinquent taxes Information on Mello Roos (CFD) bond issuances Change of Mailing Address form Civic Center Parking Map – major construction has closed some parking lots Upcoming property tax auctions information service by text or email Property tax auction reminder service by text or email Unclaimed funds held by the Treasurer Public Funds Investment Portfolio information

    Frequently Used Numbers


    Other County Numbers

    Tax Billing/Payment Information (714) 834-3411 (9 am to 4:45 pm) or   AlertOC (Register to be informed of emergencies)
    Assessor (Real Property Valuations): (714) 834-2727   Assessor (Real Property Valuations): (714) 834-2727
    Assessor (Business Property Valuations): (714) 834-2930   Child Support Services: (866) 901-3212
    Boats & Aircraft Valuations: (714) 834-2772   Clerk Recorder (Birth/Marriage/Death): (714) 834-2500
    Change of Ownership: (714) 834-5031   County of Orange Information: (855) 886-5400
    Address Changes: (714) 834-2939   Hazardous Waste (Four County sites): (714) 834-6752 or
    Auditor/Controller's Office: (714) 834-2450   Procurement: (714) 567-7314 or
    Homeowner’s Exemptions: (714) 834-3821   Sheriff-Coroner (Non-emergency): (714) 834-4350
    Institutional Exemptions: (714) 834-2779   Registrar of Voters (Voter Registration/Elections): (714) 567-7600 or
    Veteran’s Exemptions: (714) 834-5945    
    Clerk Recorder (Property Records): (714) 834-2500