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If you were unable to pay your Property Tax Bill due to impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic, please see our news article for information on our COVID-19 Penalty Waiver claim process.  Please complete the appropriate Waiver Request form and turn it in with your tax payment when you are able to pay no later than May 6, 2021.

 

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Please Note: Online payments will include penalties. Please do not pay online if you intend to request a penalty waiver. You can  place your waiver request by phone and, if approved, pay the amount without penalty by calling 805-781-5831. You can also send your payment and penalty waiver request by regular mail to County Tax Collector, 1055 Monterey St. Rm D-290, San Luis Obispo, CA 93408.

Please contact the Tax Collector at [email protected] or (805) 781-5831 if you have questions about your tax bill. 

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Cannabis Plants
Cannabis Plants

Open House to Discuss Cannabis Taxation

Author: Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector
Date: 11/28/2017 12:28:06 PM

Jim Erb, the County Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector (ACTTC), announced an open house to invite public discussion on Thursday, November 30th from 6 PM - 8 PM in the County Board of Supervisors Chambers.


Jim Erb, the County Auditor-Controller-Treasurer-Tax Collector (ACTTC), announced an open house to invite public discussion on Thursday, November 30th from 6 PM - 8 PM in the County Board of Supervisors Chambers.

The Board of Supervisors recently finalized County regulations on the licensing of cannabis businesses at a special session on Monday, November 27th. However, the issue of cannabis business taxation is expected to be taken up in January, 2018.

“My office will be introducing a proposed ordinance that would place the issue of cannabis taxation on the June 2018 ballot. Before we do that, we want the opportunity to take input from the public and other interested parties,” said Erb. The goal, said Erb, is to make sure that the cannabis tax will generate enough revenue to cover the costs of legalized cannabis without reducing funding levels for other vital County services.

In November, 2016, California voters approved the introduction of adult-use cannabis. California voters had previously approved the medical use of cannabis in 1996.

If you have questions about the open house, please contact Justin Cooley at [email protected] or at (805) 781-5852.