Treasurer-Tax Collector
The Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Department operates three divisions - Treasury, Property Tax, and Central Collections. While the activities of each division are unique, the primary purpose of the department as a whole is to collect revenue owed to the County, cities, special districts, school districts, and the court system. The department is committed to providing excellent customer service and assuring effective utilization of the public’s tax dollars through a program of performance measurement and management.
Business Resources

Conducting Business...

In the unincorporated area of Butte County

The County of Butte only requires business licenses or permits for certain activities within the unincorporated area. Read more.

Within city or town limits in Butte County

To operate a business within the various city or town limits throughout Butte County, please refer to each jurisdiction for their requirements.

City of Chico
City of Gridley
City of Oroville
Town of Paradise

Other Business Resources

Butte County Clerk/Recorder (Fictitious Business Name Statement)
Butte County Environmental Health (Food Permit)
Butte Business Resources
California Business and Professions Code
Chico Chamber of Commerce
Gridley Chamber of Commerce
Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce
Paradise Chamber of Commerce
State Board of Equalization (Seller's Permit)

Make Payment    View and Print Tax Bill

 Contact Treasurer

Treasurer-Tax Collector

Property Tax Division

Central Collections Division

Treasury Division

 Locations & Hours

25 County Center Drive
Suite 125

Oroville, CA 95965

Map of County Complex

Office Hours
Monday  - Friday
9:00am to 5:00pm

Excludes Holidays

 News & Announcements

June 30th was the last day to pay fiscal year 2014-15 property taxes. Beginning July 1st, delinquent secured property taxes were converted to a "defaulted" status. For payment options, contact the Treasurer-Tax Collector's Department at or 530-538-7701.More about payment options.

Reminder! July 10, 2015 is the deadline to submit claims for excess proceeds from properties sold at the June 2014  tax auction.  Read more.