San Bernardino County
Office of the Assessor


Main Office

San Bernardino County Assessor's Office
172 W. Third St.
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Phone: (909) 387-8307
Toll free: (877) 885-7654
Regional Offices...

Supplemental Tax Calculator

The San Bernardino County Treasurer-Tax Collector
is pleased to provide the Supplemental Tax Calculator service. It must be noted that this provides an ESTIMATE only of supplemental taxes.
Click here for the link...

or call

Welcome to the San Bernardino County Assessor's Website!

Bob Dutton
Bob Dutton
County Clerk

The County Assessor is an elected official and constitutional officer, who is charged by law with the responsibility of independent oversight and preparation of the annual local property assessments, from which property taxes are derived.

The Office of the Assessor locates, inventories, and sets values for all taxable property within San Bernardino County, with the exception of certain State-assessed properties and other specified properties which are designated as exempt from taxation, by law.

Disaster Relief for Property Owners

As San Bernardino County's Assessor, Bob Dutton is working with property owners to assess property damage caused by the recent fires and rainstorms.  Any property owner who suffered at least $10,000 in damage caused by fire or flooding is encouraged to file a claim with the Assessor's office.  In order to file a claim, you must submit a

Damaged Property Reassessment Application. This form can also be obtained in person at the Hesperia District Office located at 15900 Smoke Tree Street, Suite 120, Hesperia, CA (760) 995-8030 or at the San Bernardino office at 172  W. Third Street, San Bernardino, CA (909) 387-8307.

Assessor Dutton announces the 2015 Assessment Roll

Press Release announcing the 2015 Assessment Roll (click here)

2015 Assessment Roll Re-Cap Totals (click here)

Annual Roll History (click here)

Assessed Values to Increase for Some

The real estate market in San Bernardino County has started to recover from historic lows experienced in the last few years. This in turn will cause some property values to increase from the assessed values that were lowered in previous years. Click here for more information.

Fire Prevention Fee

Over the next several months, some property owners in California will receive bills for a Fire Prevention Fee. This fee is levied by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. This fee is not levied by the San Bernardino County Assessor's Office.

Click here for more information provided by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection designed to answer property owner's questions. For more information you can also visit their website at:

Or visit the State Board of Equalization's website at:

News & Information

6/29/2015 2015 Assessment Roll
6/29/2015 2015 Annual Roll Recap
6/29/2015 2015 Roll Value History

Property Value Decline

Proposition 8 - You may be paying too much in taxes.

If your residence is overtaxed due to a falling market you may have it reassessed to current market value to save money on your tax bill.

Click here for more information or application...

Transfer Base-Year Value to Replacement Property

Form to Transfer Base-Year Value ... Click here.

This form describes a property owner's right to transfer their base year value to a replacement property if the original property was damaged in a governor declared disaster. The replacement property must be substantially equivalent to the original, and be within 120% of the market value of the original property when it was destroyed and the replacement property must be in the same county. Other conditions also apply.

Online Services

Property Information Management System - Perform parcel searches, etc.
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Pay Your Taxes Online - The Treasurer Tax Collector site provides property tax information, a calculator for estimating tax bills, and the ability to pay your taxes online.
Click Here...

Recorder's Documents - Research documents filed with the Recorder's office.
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Business Property Services & Forms

Business Property Services & Forms

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Taxpayers Beware

Don't pay for services provided free by the Assessor
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Find out more on the latest Taxpayer Scams
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Dates to Remember

December 10 *

Last Day to Pay First Installment of Secured Property Tax Bill Before Penalties Are Added

Last Day to File a Claim for Partial *80%) on All Exemptions

Last Day to Terminate Homeowner's Exemption Without Penalty

December 31
Last Day to File a Decline in Value Application
January 1
Lien Date - Taxes Attach As Lien on Property
February 1
Second Installment Due - Secured Property Tax Bill
February 15 *
Last Day to File Exemptions in a Timely Manner
* If the date falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date is the next business day.

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