As part of the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s fiduciary duty to safeguard the El Dorado Country Treasury, this office must also pursue monies that are owed to the County. Failure by the County to collect monies owed would be a violation of Article XVI, Section 6 of the California Constitution, which prohibits a gift of public money.
Pursuant to Board of Supervisors, Policy B-4, Collection of Public Funds, County
Departments and Programs refer certain debts to the
Treasurer-Tax Collector, and Revenue
for collection. Experienced Revenue Recovery Officers within the Division work to resolve debt
claims according to the Policy.
If you are contacted by a Revenue Recovery Officer regarding an outstanding debt, the best practice is to make contact right away to discuss payment options. Don’t delay. Actions, including late payment penalties and court judgements, are possible.
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Contact Revenue Recovery:
360 Fair Lane
Placerville, CA 95667
Local Number: (530) 621-5780
From El Dorado Hills: (916) 358-3555 x5780
From South Lake Tahoe: (530) 573-7955 x5780
Fax: (530) 621-0708