Sacramento County

Do You Have an Uncashed Sacramento County Check?

Currently, the County has nearly 6,000 uncashed checks, totaling more than $2.1 million. How does this happen and could this be your unclaimed money?

If a Sacramento County issued check goes six months without being cashed by the rightful payee, the information becomes available in a PDF document on the Unclaimed County Warrants (checks) webpage. The data is also searchable on the County’s Open Data portal.   
Think you might have an uncashed check with Sacramento County? Here are quick and easy ways to find out:

If you find your name or business on the data listing, go to the Unclaimed County Warrants webpage to find out about the documentation and information needed to validate that you are the rightful payee to receive the funds.  More Unclaimed MoniesThe Revenue Recovery Division of the Department of Finance has unclaimed payments that are a result of not having a current address for the recipient. On the Open Data portal, under the Finance category, check out the Revenue Recovery Unclaimed Payments data and search for your name. If you locate a claim due to you, contact Revenue Recovery at (916) 875-7815, and provide the following information: 

  • Claimant’s Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Address (Current and Previous)
  • Phone Number
  • Amount of the claim
  • DRR Account Number
  • Court Docket Number
  • Date of Order
  • Defendant’s Name
  • Proof of Identity (Driver’s License or ID Card)
  • Proof of Payment:  Copy of check, money order receipt, or credit card confirmation number
  • Information regarding the incident (case information)

Sacramento County makes this data easily available on its websites, Open Data Portal and other measures to ensure the information is accessible and the monies go to the rightful payees.​​​

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