In order to bring you the best possible user experience, this site uses Javascript. If you are seeing this message, it is likely that the Javascript option in your browser is disabled. For optimal viewing of this site, please ensure that Javascript is enabled for your browser.
Welcome to the Santa Clara County Assessor's
e-Filing Web site!

 Font Size:


Owners of business personal property are encouraged to join the nearly thirty thousand taxpayers who in prior years have opted to file their property statement electronically. By filing on-line you are choosing a "green" alternative that maximizes efficiency for your business and the Assessor’s Office saving all of us time and money.

As in the past the process to file electronically is secure and fast. Most e-filings can be completed in about 15 to 30 minutes. When you or your representative has completed the form you’ll receive an immediate, on-line confirmation of your filing. In addition, you’ll have the ability to print a copy for your records.

In addition to popular features such as the ability to e-file construction in progress (CIP), the Assessor’s Office also has:

  • Past property statements now on-line. For taxpayers who have filed electronically in any of the years since 2010 you can now log in and download those property statements as well as the value summary from 2013 and on.
  • BIN numbers are not changing. Unlike past years the BIN number for each account will not change annually. While the assessor’s will continue to mail the Account and PIN number to protect your privacy, if you have your Account number and PIN from last year you can file immediately.

Unfortunately, owners of apartments, aircrafts or commercial agricultural property will need to file with a paper form which may be downloaded on-line.

Please click the "Sign In" button to continue: 

Important Dates

January 1 - Lien Date for next assessment roll year. April 1 - Due date for filing statements for business personal property. May 7 - Last day to file a business personal property statement without incurring penalty.
If the date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or a legal holiday, the property statement can be submitted on the next business day.
Sign In