Welcome to San Mateo County Revenue Services
The trained, professional Revenue Services staff provides billing and debt-collection services for the Courts and County departments/divisions that do not perform one or both of those functions themselves. We collect accounts receivable as well as court-ordered reimbursements, fines, and other funds due.
Revenue Services currently provides billing and/or collection services in these areas:
- Court fines and fees
- Traffic fines and fees
- Private Defender fees
- Medical billings
- County Recorder fees
- Probation fines and fees
- Public Assistance Over-payments (Human Services Agency)
- Victim Restitution
- Environmental Health
- Sheriff (Work Program, Work Furlough, Electronic Monitoring)
Revenue Services works to collect debts owed to these offices in a reasonable, compassionate way – while we can apply stringent legal means when necessary, we prefer to work with you to develop a realistic repayment plan. Please call (650) 363-4155 for further information about these options.
Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, our office will be closed effective March 17, 2020 until further notice. The county encourages our customers to pay their accounts on line, over the phone or by using our drop box located at 455 County Center, Redwood City.
You may pay online at : revenueservices.smcgov.org or call 1-877-496-0510.
Por la situacion del Coronavirus evolucionando, nuestra oficina de Revenue Services esta cerrada desde el 17 de marzo haasta nuevo aviso.
El Condado le acoseja a nuestros clients que paguen en linea al revenueservices.smcgov.org, por telefono 1-877-496-0510 o poner su pago en el buzon (Drop box) localizado en 455 County Center, Redwood City.
Latest Update: Under a new California law (SB190), that began January 1, 2018, counties cannot charge parents and guardians with youth in the juvenile delinquency system for detention fees, lawyer fees, electronic monitoring fees, probation and home supervision fees and drug testing fees.