Plumas County Assessor
Plan to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19
As a precautionary measure to help protect the community and staff from the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Assessor’s office will remain open to provide essential services, but will limit access to meet “social distancing guidelines.” As a result, In-person services are limited through the remainder of the locally declared emergency, or earlier with consultation of Plumas County Health Officials.
Our services can be accessed by using our website at plumascounty.us, click on County Departments, then, click on Assessor.
We can be contacted by phone at (530) 283-6380.
We may also be contacted by email at email@example.com
We can be contacted by U.S. Mail at Plumas County Assessor’s Office 1 Crescent Street, Quincy, Ca. 95971
Hand deliveries can be deposited into the drop box sited adjacent to the Building and Planning Depts. entrance.
In person meetings will be scheduled only if adequate “social distancing guidelines” can be met.
Thank you for your understanding during these very challenging times.
Duties & Responsibilities
The work of the county assessor is governed by:
- State of California Constitution
- Laws passed by the legislature
- Rules adopted by the State Board of Equalization
The county assessor is charged with discovering, valuing, and enrolling all taxable property on the local assessment roll.
The Assessor’s Office establishes and updates more than 1,328 maps for assessment purposes that delineate all locally assessed parcels of land in the county.
Assessor staff also maintain ownership information, mailing addresses, and taxable values. This and other information is available for review by the public and may be purchased through the Assessor’s Office.