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ASSESSORS’ OFFICE PUBLIC NOTICE:

Effective Thursday, March 19, 2020 the Yuba County Assessor’s Office has closed its office to the public and will be providing services via internet, email, phone, mail, or by appointment only. This is a precautionary measure taken to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

If you need additional information, please email us or call at (530) 749-7820


   2020 WILDFIRE PROPERTY TAX RELIEF    

Property Owners suffering property damage from recent wildfires may be eligible for property tax relief for that portion of their property damaged or destroyed. To apply please complete and submit to the Assessors Office the, “Application for Reassessment of Damaged or Destroyed Property,” 

  

 

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Stephen S. Duckels
 Assessor

2020 Assessment Roll Tops $6.5 Billion

The 2020/21 local assessment roll was finalized on July 16, 2020, totaling over $6.5 billion in assessed value, a 6.65% increase over the 2019/20 local roll total. The increase was largely due to rising home values and new housing construction over the past year. The roll reflects activity that occurred during calendar year 2019 and assessed values as of the January 1, 2020 lien date, at a time when our local economy was unaffected by the current COVID-19 emergency.

Since mid-March, many local businesses have been required to close due to the COVID-19 emergency. We expect these impacts to become evident in the commercial real estate market during the remainder of the 2020 year as changes in ownership occur and rental markets adjust. We will be monitoring data for all sectors in the coming months, including agricultural and residential properties, for market changes. Where needed, we will proactively review and adjust property assessments to ensure that assessed values are not greater than current market values as of the January 1, 2021 lien date.

I want to say a special thank you to the employees of the Yuba County Assessor’s office for the extraordinary effort they made to work through and adapt to altered working circumstances, while continuing to close the assessment roll accurately and within the extension of time granted by the State Board of Equalization. Our success in completing the 2020/21 assessment roll is a direct result of their professionalism, enthusiasm, and determination despite complications brought on by the COVID-19 emergency. 

To view your 2020/21 Value Notice and assessed value select “Parcel Information Search” and follow the prompts.  If you know your Assessor Parcel Number (APN) you can search by it; or you can search by street number, street name or community. For assistance, call the Yuba County Assessor’s Office at 530-749-7820.

Thank you,

Stephen S. Duckels


 
  
 COVID 19 Impact on Assessed Values

 Role of the County Assessor’s Office
The Assessor’s Office is responsible for annually determining the assessed value of all real and business property in Yuba County. The fair and equitable valuation and assessment of all taxable property by the Assessor’s staff supports the delivery of essential public services provided to all residents and property owners. The Assessor does not apportion, calculate, or bill taxes.


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915 8 th. Street, Suite 101
Marysville, CA  95901
Call: (530) 749-7820
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