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.
Treasurer-Tax Collector

The Treasurer-Tax Collector's Department has a broad internal and external customer base. It serves the general public, cities, special districts, school districts, the court system, and every department within the County. There are three divisions within the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Department:

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PEGGY MOAK

Serving the citizens of Butte County as Treasurer-Tax Collector

"I am honored to be entrusted with the duties of Treasurer-Tax Collector, and committed to preserving the tradition of fiscal conservatism and prudent management of public funds for the benefit of the citizens of Butte County, county departments, schools and special districts.  I am personally dedicated to excellence in the performance of all duties and am proud to say that the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office is well known for its culture of professionalism, teamwork and superior customer service."

Peggy has a strong focus on training and mentoring to ensure professional competence in investing, debt issuance, cash management, the processing of property tax revenues, and the collection of delinquent fines and fees. The department's friendly, responsive and knowledgeable staff is dedicated to serving the community and resolving issues in a timely manner.

Since March, 2004 Peggy has served in senior level financial management positions within the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office, including six years as the Assistant Treasurer-Tax Collector and four years as the Manager of Finance and Investments. As the elected Treasurer-Tax-Collector, Peggy continues to be responsible for managing the Treasury’s $400 million pooled investment portfolio and oversees the department’s three divisions – Treasury,  Property Tax and Central Collections. Additionally, Peggy serves on a number of Butte County committees including the 457 Deferred Compensation Committee, Audit  Committee, Finance Committee, and the Land Use Coordinating Committee.

Prior to working for the Treasurer-Tax Collector's Department, Peggy enjoyed a long and rewarding management career in the financial services arena, serving as a bank vice president and manager in Chico, Paradise, and Oroville, as a regional administrative officer for a network of 18 bank branches, as a credit union branch manager, and as a manager of consumer lending/collections. During her career, Peggy also obtained the designation of Certified Financial Planner from the Denver College of Financial Planning, but is not currently practicing.

In addition to her professional accomplishments, Peggy’s community service has included active participation in local area chambers of commerce, Rotary, Little League, local community benefit organizations and various professional organizations. Peggy worked tirelessly to advocate for fire recovery efforts after the 2008 Camp Fire, contributing to streamlined building codes and the development of the County’s General Plan. She has served on the boards of the Butte College Foundation, the Parks and Preserves Foundation (Northern California Land Trust), the Paradise Chamber of Commerce, and Thermalito and Paradise Little League organizations. Peggy is presently an active member of the California Association of County Treasurer-Tax Collectors, Government Finance Officers' Association, California Municipal Treasurers’ Association, Rotary of Oroville and, along with her husband, Pete Moak, the Butte County Forest Advisory Committee, Friends of the High Lakes and the Butte County Farm Bureau.

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 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

It's time to pay the second installment of 2014-2015 secured property tax bills. The second installment is always due on February 1st, but property owners have until the close of business on April 10th to pay without penalty. More about payment options.

Claims for excess proceeds from the June 2014 property tax auction are currently being accepted. Read more.