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Unclaimed Tax Refund Search Results

The Property Tax Division issues refunds as a result of reductions to assessed valuations determined by the Assessor’s Office, such as exemptions, proposition 8 reductions and assessment corrections, after the taxes have been paid or when a supplemental event, such as a change of ownership, occurs that triggers a negative supplemental assessment refund. In all cases, either a refund claim form or a warrant is mailed to the address on file however many of these refunds remain unclaimed. With certain exceptions, taxpayers generally have four years to file a claim for the refund.

The public may search for unclaimed property tax refunds below or may contact the Property Tax Division at (909) 382-3090.

Property Tax Refund Claim Request Form

The Property Tax Division issues refunds as a result of reductions to assessed valuations determined by the Assessor’s Office, such as exemptions, proposition 8 reductions and assessment corrections, after the taxes have been paid or when a supplemental event, such as a change of ownership, occurs that triggers a negative supplemental assessment refund. In all cases, either a refund claim form or a warrant is mailed to the address on file however many of these refunds remain unclaimed. With certain exceptions, taxpayers generally have four years to file a claim for the refund.

The public may search for unclaimed property tax refunds below or may contact the Property Tax Division at (909) 382-3090.


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If you have any questions, please call (909)382-3090.

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