To Pay and View Tax Bill Online:
To view and pay tax bill online visit Pay Tax Bill Online , you will need your assessor parcel number.
For Electronic Check (eCheck):
There is no service fee by entering in your checking account information.
Credit/Debit Card Payment:
There is a transaction fee charged by the payment processor for all credit and debit card transactions, the fee is not retained by the County of Marin. The fee for credit and debit card transaction is 2.35% of the total transaction amount with a minimum fee of $1.49.
Please retain the payment confirmation number provided at the end of the transaction for your records.
Pay by Phone:
To pay by phone you will need your Bill Number from your property tax bill. To make a payment by phone call 1-800-985-7277.
Pay by Mail:
Tax payments must be received or postmarked by the due date to avoid penalties. If a payment is received after the due date, with no postmark, the payment is considered late and penalties will be imposed. Do not send cash.
Make check/money order payable to "Marin County Tax Collector".
Mail to: Marin County Tax Collector
P.O. Box 4220
San Rafael, CA 94913-4220
Pay In Office:
The Office of the Tax Collector is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Walk-in assistance and payments at the cashier window accepted until 4:30 p.m. Tax Collector’s Office is located at: 3501 Civic Center Dr., Rm 202, San Rafael.
Pay by Online Bill Pay (Bank Portal):
When using your bank's online bill pay service, enter the parcel number, and bill number in the account number field. Schedule such payments to fund at least 5 business days prior to the delinquency date to ensure that your bank has sufficient time for processing.
When a lender requests your property tax bill, it will state, “A COPY OF THIS BILL WAS SENT TO A PAYING AGENT AT THEIR REQUEST”.
If your lender is responsible for paying your taxes retain your copy for your records. Confirm with your lender prior to the due date if you are uncertain whether they pay your property taxes. If you become responsible for paying the taxes during the tax year because you paid your mortgage in full, refinanced, etc., please make your payment by the due date.