** Attention Wells Fargo Mortgage Holders**
If you have a Wells Fargo Mortgage your parcel information was not received by your bank in order for them to process payment for your 2019/2020 taxes.
We have contacted Wells Fargo and they have since requested your tax bill in order to process your property tax payment for the upcoming tax installment.
We deeply apologize for this oversight and the inconvenience it has caused.
Wells Fargo has submitted requests for your installment amounts. We are processing and all impacted tax payers will receive a postcard from the tax collector office.
Should you have any questions you can contact the Wells Fargo customer service team 1-800-288-3212 or e-mail the Madera County Tax Collector at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for visiting the homepage of the County of Madera Treasurer-Tax Collector. The Treasurer-Tax Collector receives, safeguards, distributes, and invests County, School District and Special District funds. Our office collects taxes, sells tax-defaulted land, and issues County business licenses while providing the best customer service to meet the needs of our constituents.
We hope you find our website informative and helpful. If you can't find what you are looking for, or require additional assistance, please do not hesitate to call us directly at (559) 675-7713 or e-mail at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for visiting our site.
Tracy Kennedy, Madera County Treasurer-Tax Collector
The Madera County Treasurer and Tax Collector's office, located at 200 West 4th Street 2nd Floor, Madera. The most common types of property taxes are secured, unsecured and supplemental taxes. In addition, the Treasurer/Tax Collector's office receives Transient Occupancy Taxes (hotel and motel), business improvement district taxes, prepares and collects business license fees and conducts an annual sale of property deemed to be in tax default five (5) or more years.
We have also provided a brief description of these taxes for your convenience under the More Articles section.
Included below are the scheduled due dates, reporting and remitting deadlines, related penalties and interest.