The San Bernardino County Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector's office maintains this website as a public service. This privacy policy pertains only to information gathered through the use of This policy does not apply to the use of any other website maintained or provided by the County of San Bernardino.

Information Gathered Through the Use of this Site

1. Personal Information - During the course of making an electronic payment to the San Bernardino County Tax Collector, personal information is gathered from you to complete the transaction. This information includes your name, address, phone number and other financial information necessary to complete the transaction. This information is passed through a secure connection to our third party payment processor, Official Payments Corporation, for the execution of the transaction. No personal information of yours is maintained through this website. Inquiries into the status of or details about a specific transaction are made exclusively through Official Payments Corp.

Other personal information is gathered should you choose to subscribe to our e-mail reminder service or submit information to us through one of our online forms. This information is used solely for responding to your inquiry or providing you with requested information.

2. Non Personal Information – Other non-personal information is gathered through the use of this site which could include, but is not limited to, the IP Address of your computer, pages visited, or browser type. This information is primarily used to assess and improve the performance of our site, but could also be used to investigate or prevent fraud.

Disclosure of Information

The San Bernardino County Auditor-Controller/Treasurer/Tax Collector will under no circumstance sell any of your personal information to any third parties. The County of San Bernardino, a government entity, is subject to the California Public Records Act as described in Government Code Sections 6250 – 6270. Correspondence with our office may be subject to disclosure under the guidelines of the Public Records Act as this correspondence becomes part of the public record. E-mail addresses gathered for the purpose of providing helpful information to you will not be shared in any way unless formally subpoenaed through legal action. While our office does not see this as a likely occurrence, we cannot guarantee that this information would not be requested under some unforeseen extraordinary circumstance.