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Property Tax Bills

Property tax bills are mailed on or before the last day of August, after the Treasurer's office receives the tax roll from the Assessor's Office. Tax bills are itemized to show:

If you purchase a property, or record a deed on or after January 1, you will not receive a tax bill in your name.

Taxpayers are responsible for payment of taxes regardless of billing. This means that if you did not receive a tax bill for any reason, taxes are still due, and if paid late, interest will be collected. If you do not receive your tax bill by the second week of September, contact the Treasurer's Office to request a copy. Statements are not mailed for the second half of taxes. The tax bill mailed in August is the only notice you will receive. Please retain it for your records.

Property Tax Payment

Taxes may be paid either in halves or in full.
If paid in halves:

Any taxes not paid on the due date are delinquent the day after that date and are subject to interest at 18% per annum.

You can now pay your tax bill and auto renewals online with a major credit card or e-check.

The service fee is charged by the county’s payment processor; the county does not receive any portion of this fee.

Visa / MasterCard / Discover Card 
= 2.75% + $1.50
PIN Debit (only in office)    
= 1.50% + $1.50
Visa Signature Debit (applied online only)
= $3.95
American Express 
= 3.5% + $1.50
= $2.00

Mortgage Companies/Escrow Payments

Many taxpayers have an escrow account from which their taxes are paid. This office dedicates considerable time working with mortgage companies so they have all the necessary information to make payment. A taxpayer is sent a tax notice regardless of an escrow.

If a mortgage company and a taxpayer both remit payment for taxes, the Treasurer will accept the first payment received and return the duplicate payment. The Treasurer does not accept duplicate payments.


Delinquent Notices

When taxes remain unpaid on May 11, the Treasurer must certify a list of delinquent taxes and taxpayers, followed by a demand for payment of these taxes plus interest of 18% per annum. The delinquent notice (demand for payment) is mailed from this office on or before May 21. The notice informs the taxpayer of the delinquency. If unpaid, the delinquent taxes will be published three times and the taxes will subsequently be sold at the tax sale.


For More Information

If you do not receive a tax bill by the second week in September, or if you have any questions, please contact the Treasurer's Office at (307) 527-8630 or email us.


How to Read Your Tax Bill

Would you like to know more about what is on your tax bill? Download a copy of a sample bill that describes each component.

Sample Tax Statement