Property Tax Mission Statement
The mission of the Property Tax Division is to manage property tax revenue in accordance with statutory regulations while providing taxpayers and taxing entities with excellent customer service, precise allocations and effective reporting.
Property Tax Vision Statement
Be a model for local governance with innovative, competent and responsible public servants committed to providing quality service.
Property Tax Responsibilities
The Property Tax Division of the Auditor-Controller’s Office handles a wide variety of Property Tax related issues for the County of Riverside.
More than $4.5 Billion annually gets apportioned (distributed) to approximately 350 participants, including cities, K-14 schools and special districts.
- Prepare and levy tax bills for Secured, Unsecured and Supplemental property within Riverside County.
- Prepare various State reports.
- Allocation of Property Tax Revenue to the County, Cities, School Districts and Redevelopment Agencies in accordance with State mandates.
- Process Tax Bill/Tax Roll corrections and changes issued by the County Assessor, various taxing authorities, and the County Tax Collector.
Property Tax Statistics
93,252 Supplemental Bill Count
950,212 Secured Roll Bill Count
36,844 Unsecured Roll Bill Count
26,523 Roll Corrections
17,588 Supplemental Refunds
11,197 Roll Correction Refunds
40 Tax Apportionments