Property Tax Unclaimed Refunds
Available on this web site are listings of all property tax unclaimed refunds. Revenue and Taxation Code 5097 and 5102 provides that property tax refunds which remain unclaimed for four (4) years after the payment date or one year after the mailing of the claim form (whichever is later) may be transferred to the county general fund on order of the Board of Supervisors. Unclaimed
property tax refunds will be transferred to the general fund if a verified claim is not filed by the designated date which is August 1, 2013. After August 1, 2013, money left unclaimed will become the property of the County and can no longer be claimed.
Click here for Property Tax Unclaimed Refund Claim Requirements.
When printing a claim form from our web site, follow the instructions provided. These filing instructions include a checklist of documentation you will need to provide our office when filing your claim.
Mail completed claim forms and supporting documentation to:
Riverside County Treasurer-Tax Collector
Attn: Property Tax Unclaimed Refunds
P.O. Box 12005
Riverside, CA 92502-2205
When our office receives your completed claim form, we review it carefully. If the documentation is not adequate to prove your ownership, our office will contact you or return all documents submitted, with a letter stating why the claim is incomplete. All claims will be processed after the 90 day filing period. You may direct all inquiries to our email address:
PropTaxUnclaimed@co.riverside.ca.us and reference the refund index number.
Last modified on 4/30/2013 3:28 PM.