San Bernardino, CA — San Bernardino County Tax Collector Ensen Mason today announced that for the safety and protection of taxpayers his office will not have a temporary payment office at the High Desert Government Center for the April 10th property tax installment. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak represents a state and national emergency and requires extra precautions to ensure public health.
“I am dedicated to providing the personal customer service at tax installment time our residents in the High Desert are accustomed to,” stated Mason. “However, the Coronavirus is fundamentally changing the way we do business in the near future. High Desert residents can avoid going down the hill by using checks or electronic payment options.”
While a payment center at the High Desert Government Center will not open, taxpayers can continue to utilize our convenient electronic payment options. Electronic payments are accepted online at http://www.MyTaxCollector.com, and by phone at (909) 387-8308, or (760) 241-8829, and can be made using a checking or savings account free of charge. Credit card payments are also accepted; however, they include a convenience fee charged by a third-party processing vendor.
Mailed payments should be sent to the Tax Collector’s Office at 268 West Hospitality Lane, First Floor, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0360. Payments must have a USPS postmark on or before April 10, 2020, to be considered timely.
Payments can be made in person at the Tax Collector’s Office at 268 West Hospitality Lane in San Bernardino during business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.