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Unsecured Property Taxes Due
The 2018-2019 Unsecured Property Tax is due on Friday, August 31, 2018. If not paid by this date, the tax will accrue a delinquent penalty of 10% and a delinquent cost of $50.00. This amount will be valid until October 31, 2018 as it will begin accruing interest at the rate of 1.5% on the first of each month beginning November 1, 2018. Look up and pay your taxes online...
Applicants Sought for Assessment Appeals Board
Alameda County is seeking to fill several vacancies on its Assessment Appeals Board. Created by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, the Assessment Appeals Board hears appeals by Alameda County taxpayers who disagree with the taxable value assigned to their property by the County Assessor. This value determines the amount of property taxes to be paid by the property owner. Press release...
County Opens State-of-the-Art Vector Control Laboratory
The Alameda County Vector Control Services District (ACVCSD) has opened a newly constructed state-of-the-art laboratory in Alameda. The $2.5 million laboratory project was completed in May. The laboratory is composed of seven rooms where research is conducted to support the ACVSD's epidemiologic and surveillance programs. Press release...
Assessor Delivers 2018-19 Fiscal Year Assessments
The Alameda County Assessor's Office has completed the FY 2018-19 local assessment roll, which totals $300.1 billion. That is $19.9 billion, or 7.11 percent, more than last year. The local assessment roll reflects assessments of more than 515,000 taxable properties in Alameda County. Press release...
Final Budget for FY 2018-19 Approved
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors on Friday approved a $3.2 billion Alameda County Budget for FY 2018-19 that is balanced and closes a $65.9 million funding gap without significant reductions to services or staff. Press release...
49% Decrease in Opioid Overdose Deaths
Opioid overdose deaths in Alameda County decreased by 49 percent since 2015, signaling the success of initiatives to prevent opioid misuse and overdoses. The statistics are being cited by the Alameda County Health Services Agency, which works in a coalition with numerous partners to address opioid abuse in Alameda County. Press release...
Alameda County Wins Big in National Awards Program
Alameda County made a stellar showing in this year's National Association of Counties (NACo) awards program, drawing national distinction with 19 Achievement Awards for innovations and accomplishments covering a wide range of services. Learn about our award-winning projects...