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If you own property or are responsible for the payment of a property tax bill, in the City of Victorville, you should consider the following:

Property Tax Bills...

  • Are prepared and mailed by San Bernardino County Tax Collector, for all properties in Victorville.
  • Are based on a fiscal year of July through June.
  • Are usually mailed to property owners beginning October 1st.
  • 1st installment is due on or before December 10th, 2nd installment is due on or before April 10th.
  • Are assessed a 10% penalty, if payment is not received by deadline.
  • Delinquent accounts are transferred to delinquent tax roll and additional penalties at 1.5% per month on any unpaid tax amounts, plus $15 redemption fee.

Questions regarding property tax payments should be directed to:

San Bernardino County Tax Collector

268 W. Hospitality Ln. 1st Fl., San Bernardino, CA 92415

(909) 387-8308

Assessed Valuation

  • The San Bernardino County Assessor assesses all property in Victorville on July 1 of each year.
  • The value assessed on the property is subject to the ad valorem tax of 1% for the following fiscal year (July through June).
  • An additional rate may be charged to pay principal and interest on voter approved debt (i.e. Special Assessment Districts and Mello-Roos).
  • A change in ownership or the completion of new construction during the year will result in a change in the assessed value of the property and the issuance of a supplemental property tax bill.

Questions regarding assessed valuation should be directed to:

San Bernardino County Assessor 

(909) 387-8307

Special Assessment Districts & Mello-Roos

  • Victorville has several special assessment districts within its boundaries
  • Districts are created at the request of the property owner (typically a developer) as a means of funding infrastructure.
  • These Bonds are sold and the money from the bonds is used to pay for the required infrastructure within the district. In turn, the property owner agrees to pay principal and interest to the bondholders via yearly assessments levied on the property tax bill.
  • The responsibility to pay the bondholders remains with the property as a lien and is passed on to whomever owns the property.
  • The bond issues related to these districts vary in size and term, as do the assessments.

Questions regarding special assessments should be directed to:

Willdan Financial Services

(866) 807-6864

 

For information on LMAD,DFAD,MAD Assessment Districts, click here.

Related Links...

Board of Equalization