Assessor changes public counter hours on Aug. 3

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Yolo County Assessor
Press Release

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Yolo County Assessor’s Office public counter hours will be changed to 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, beginning on Aug. 3.

“We continue to make every effort to balance public service while creating a safe environment for both staff and residents during the pandemic,” the Assessor’s Office said in a media statement.

Assessor’s staff availability via phone or email remains unchanged. Staff is available via phone at 530-666-8135 or email Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Additionally, information and most forms are available online at the Assessor’s website at

Earlier this month, the Assessor’s Office closed the assessment roll ahead of the statutory deadline of July 1, despite the unprecedented times of the COVID-19 pandemic. The annual assessment roll hit $30.18 billion, a 5.15 percent increase over the prior year. Detailed figures for every area within Yolo County is posted online at

The 2020-21 assessed values will be available online for review beginning in late August at Unsecured tax bills are normally mailed in July and are due by Aug. 31. Secured property tax bills are typically mailed in mid-September. Please review your assessed value closely and contact the Assessor’s Office with questions or concerns at 530-666-8135 or by email at

The Assessor’s informal review filing period for residential properties ends on Nov. 1. Informal review information and application is online at Assessment appeal applications are accepted through Nov. 30. For questions regarding assessment appeals, call the Yolo County Clerk of the Board at 530-666-8195 or visit

Connect with Yolo County ACE — Assessor/Clerk-Recorder/Elections — on Facebook at @YoloACE, Instagram at @YoloCoACE, and Twitter at @YoloCoACE to receive the most up-to-date information about its services.

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