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About Us | Office Locations and Contact Info | How to Make a Payment | Forms | FAQs

How to Make a Payment

Always use the top payment stub portion of your monthly statement and send it along with your payment in the return envelope provided. Make sure our address shows clearly through the window area on the front of the envelope. Please write your account number on your check or money order.

As a courtesy, the Office of Revenue and Recovery provides monthly statements that are sent to the last known address listed on your account. To ensure that you receive your statement each month, be sure to notify us when you have a change of address or phone number.

Please note that non-receipt of a statement does not relieve you of the responsibility to make your payments. If you do not receive a statement, contact our office and we will help reestablish your monthly billing cycle for the next month. Write your account number on your current month's payment and mail it in a separate envelope to:

(This address is for making payments only.)

Revenue and Recovery
P. O. Box 129037
San Diego, CA 92112-9037

To send us correspondence, see How to Contact Us.

Please do not send cash through the mail. Mail payments should be made by check, money order, or certified check.

The Office of Revenue and Recovery accepts cash, check or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) payments at any of our office locations. We also accept credit cards and checks by phone.

To ensure proper credit to your account, always have your account number with you when making a payment.

DISCLAIMER: The following information is provided to you as a matter of convenience and speaks as of the end of the last period to which they relate. There may have been changes in the financial condition or affairs of the County of San Diego since then, the County of San Diego has not undertaken to update the financial statements, or such other documents.