Announcements

  • The Tax Collector’s Office is open to the public from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday
  • Property Tax Payments can now be made via PayPal (with an online service fee of 2.35%)
  • Beginning March 15, 2022: Masks are optional for visitors of County facilities, but are strongly encouraged
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Important Dates

July 1

Beginning of fiscal year

August 31 Unsecured deadline. A 10% penalty is added and a $35.00 collection fee
October Treasurer-Tax Collector mails out original secured property tax bills
November 1  First installment of secured taxes is due and payable
December 10 First installment of secured taxes payment deadline. A 10% penalty is added (*)
January 1 Tax Lien date (affects the upcoming fiscal year)
January Treasurer-Tax Collector mails delinquent notices for any unpaid first installment current secured taxes
February 1 Second installment of secured taxes due and payable
April 10 Second installment of secured taxes payment deadline. A 10% penalty plus $40.00 cost is added.
May Treasurer-Tax Collector mails delinquent notices for any unpaid, second installment current secured taxes
June 30 End of fiscal year. 
July 1 Begin new fiscal year. A redemption fee of $35.00 and a monthly penalty of 1.5% will be added to Secured defaulted parcels
  (*)If a delinquent date falls on a weekend or holiday, the delinquent date is the next business day.
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