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Property taxes due by Dec.12; paying by e-check is fast and free

Taxes to generate $8.06 billion

SAN DIEGO – San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister reminded property owners to visit to pay their property taxes soon or face penalties. The first installment of the 2022-2023 secured property tax bill is due no later than Dec. 12.

“This year, because the usual tax deadline of Dec. 10 falls on a weekend, there are two extra days to pay,” said McAllister.

“In September, the Treasurer-Tax Collector sent out 1,011,364 tax bills, which are expected to generate $8.06 billion for the County of San Diego. To date, we have received just over 30% percent of the first installment payments, but the deadline is fast approaching,” McAllister continued. “San Diego taxpayers have 4 more days to pay, and I encourage everyone to avoid delays and extra fees by paying early and online.”

“Please go to to find the information you need to pay on time,” said McAllister. “More than 70% of San Diego taxpayers now pay electronically because it is secure, fast, and easy.”

Property taxes fund schools, libraries and other services provided by local cities and the county. Go to to see how taxes are allocated.

Submitted by the office of the San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector.


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