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The city is in possession of Unclaimed Property that belongs to citizens and companies (in the form of stale dated checks, outstanding credits and deposits).

The City of San Ramon declares that monetary sums totaling $4,082.85 have been held by the City in the General Fund and have remained unclaimed for a period over three (3) years and will become the property of the City of San Ramon on November 26th, 2016 a date not less than forty-five (45) days nor more than sixty (60) days after the first publication of this notice, in accordance with California Government Code Section 50050-50057. Anyone desiring to claim property should view the list below and submit a claim form to Finance with proper documentation.

Instructions for Filing a Claim for Unclaimed Property

  1. Individual Claimant- Claims initiated by the owner of the property must submit the following documents:
    1. Completed and signed Claim Form for Unclaimed Funds.
    2. A copy of the check (if available.)
    3. Copy of any official form used for identification, such as a driver’s license, military identification card, or passport.
    4. Proof of reported address associated with the unclaimed check or credit. The following documents are acceptable; paystub, tax return, mortgage, telephone or utility bill, bank or credit card statement.
    5. A brief explanation of why the money is owed to you.

  2. Business Claimant- The claim must be made by an officer or official claiming on behalf of the business or corporation, partnership, professional association, for profit organization, government entity, or private organization, and submitted with the following documents:
    1. Completed and signed Claim Form for Unclaimed Funds.
    2. A copy of the check (if available.)
    3. Copy of any official form used for identification, such as a driver’s license, military identification card, or passport.
    4. Federal tax identification number.
    5. Business card of the authorized officer or official.
    6. Proof of business’s reported address associated with the unclaimed check or credit. The following documents are acceptable; tax return, mortgage, rent, telephone or utility bill, business license, or bank statement.
    7. A brief explanation of why the money is owed to you.

If a company or business has dissolved or changed names, additional information may be requested to process the claim.

  1. Heir of Trustee of Deceased Property Owner- Claims initiated by the authorized lawful heir or trustee of the deceased payee’s claim must be accompanied by the following documents:
    1. Completed and signed Claim Form for Unclaimed Funds.
    2. Death certificate of the deceased owner or owners of the property.
    3. Copy of any official form used for identification such as a driver’s license, military identification card, or passport.
    4. Proof of reported address associated with the unclaimed check or credit. The following documents are acceptable; paystub, tax return, mortgage, telephone or utility bill, bank or credit card statement.
    5. A brief explanation of why the money is owed to you.

All claims made by heirs or trustees of a deceased payee are subject to review.

Please attach all required information for each unclaimed property claim form that is being submitted and mail to the following address:

City of San Ramon
Finance Division
7000 Bollinger Canyon Rd
San Ramon, CA 94583

If you have any questions on how to submit a claim, please contact the City Finance Division at (925) 973-2609.

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