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Due the COVID-19 virus and the County's "shelter at home" policy, the San Luis Obispo County Assessor's Office is closed to the public until further notice. Staff is still working, however, so please feel free to leave us a message by phone or email.  Many functions of the Assessor's office can be accessed through our website, so please visit the site for more detailed information.

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The County Government Building at 1055 Monterey Street.

The role of  the Assessor's Office in County Government is to discover, inventory, and value all real and personal property in the county.  The valuations are then passed forward to the office of the Auditor Controller, Treasurer, Tax Collector, Public Administrator, which applies the correct tax rate, creates property tax bills, mails the bills and then collects the property taxes.  Other responsibilities of the Assessor include creating and maintaining assessment maps for all real property in the County of San Luis Obispo.  We also track and update property ownership records for all property in the county.

For information regarding tax rates, special assessments, maintenance district fees, or tax collection/refunds, please refer to the Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector’s website.

 

 

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