3/17/22: Click here for information on PG&E assistance with tree removal
Responsible for valuating property and changing mailing addresses. If you discover any structures, business, personal property, or boats that have been damaged, please fill out the Calamity Application form located on the Plumas County Assessor’s webpage or here.
For have questions regarding the forms or general information regarding your property, please contact our office at 530-283-6380 to speak with one of the appraisers on staff.
Parcel Quest – choose “Plumas County” then search by APN for assessor parcel map
Health and Safety Precautions for Re-Entry and Debris Removal After Fire, please see this document from Plumas County Environmental Health on how to safely return home and begin to remove debris after the fire.
Property owners should not commence cleanup of their destroyed structures until approved to do so by Plumas County. Beginning cleanup on your own may preclude you from future government assistance. For more information, see the image below or click here.
The Plumas County Planning & GIS departments can help residents with parcel zoning, mapping, addressing, development standards, and General Plan policy information.
Plumas County Code – see Title 9, Planning and Zoning, to reference zoning and other development standards
The Plumas County Treasurer-Tax Collector's office sympathizes with the citizens and property owners of our communities during these devastating times of the Beckwourth and Dixie Fires. our office, as well as other county offices, are here to provide assistance and guidance.
If you have been a victim of these fires and lost your property, please contact the Plumas County Assessor's office. They are responsible for evaluating the property and changing mailing addresses. The Plumas County Assessor's Office can be reached at (530) 283-6380.
If you need assistance with paying your unsecured tax bill for mining claims, boats, businesses, cabins on leased land, aircraft or hangar please contact us at (530) 283-6260. The bills were mailed July 28th, 2021, and are due August 31st, 2021. As above, if you lost this property in the fires, please contact the Assessor's office for a new valuation.