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More Answers about Property Taxes Now Online

San Rafael, CA – The County of Marin understands that the COVID-19 emergency has had a significant impact on its residents and businesses. It’s had a similar impact on the County’s collection of property taxes as well.

Although the Tax Collector’s Office does not have the authority to provide a blanket waiver of the April 10 deadline to file the second installment of property taxes without a penalty, it can waive the penalty based on certain circumstances, including financial hardships due to COVID-19. Waivers will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

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