San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister is now accepting penalty cancellation requests for those who have been directly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
“We know COVID-19 has had widespread consequences for people in San Diego, California and across the nation, and we want to be as compassionate and lenient as possible,” said Dan McAllister. “We will cancel late penalties for those directly affected by the virus.”
If you were affected by the virus and unable to pay the second installment of your property taxes, you can use the TTC’s special penalty cancellation request form.
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Here is what you must do to submit a penalty cancellation request:
- Complete the request form, print it and sign it.
- Include printed documentation showing how you were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and unable to pay your property taxes by April 10, the delinquent date.
- Include a check for the second installment of property taxes you owe.
The TTC does not accept request forms when there is no payment attached. All submissions will be reviewed and approved on a case-by-case basis.
Mail the request form, documentation, and check to:
SDTTC – ATTN: COVID-19 REVIEW
1600 Pacific Highway, Room 162
San Diego, California 92101
Alternatively, you can drop off your items in the TTC’s drop boxes found at all our branch locations.