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San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office Officially Reopened

The San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office safely reopened for in-person services this week, allowing them to continue offering services to San Diegans during these difficult times.

“The health of our employees and customers is our top priority, so we have made some changes to how we do business face-to-face,” said Treasurer Tax-Collector Dan McAllister. “We are pleased to reopen our downtown branch and will be reviewing further possible branch openings under a phased and cautious approach to ensure everyone’s safety.”

Protective barriers, social distancing between cashiers, and floor markers were all implemented to protect the health and safety of customers and staff, and regular cleanings will be taking place.

Those who are unable to visit in person can call the office at 1-877-829-4732 to have any questions answered. For certain services, the office encourages customers to use their website, where customers can:

  • Pay their property taxes online
  • Mail a penalty cancellation request form with payment and documentation
  • Email a request for a mobile home tax clearance certificate
  • Email a claim for an unclaimed property tax refund
  • Mail in a TOT reporting form and payment

The Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office is happy to reopen for the public, and hopes that they can keep customers safe through both social distancing at the office and the use of their website.

“We want to be available for those who absolutely need to see us in-person, but we still want to encourage people to visit our website, sdttc.com, to complete their business,” McAllister added.

 

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