Property Tax Payment Due Dates
First Half Payment Due by the last day of February; Second Half Payment Due by June 15
Full Payment Due by April 30.
- No later than the statutory date of Jan. 10, the County Assessor must certify the Tax Dollar Warrant/Tax Roll to the County Treasurer for collection of the previous year’s property taxes. The Treasurer bills and collects property taxes one year in arrears, for more information please visit the Guide to County Taxes page.
- Mid-January, property owners will receive their property tax postcard notification or statement by mail. An online version of the statement can be accessed by using our Property Tax Inquiry application.
- Last day of February – the first half tax payment due date. Payment must be received by the Treasurer’s Office or must carry an official United States Postal Service postmark of the last day of February. (Note: If the due date falls on a legal holiday or weekend, payments are considered timely if filed on the next business day.) If your real estate taxes are paid by a Mortgage Company, please visit Payment of Property Taxes by Mortgage Companies page for more information.
- April 30 is when the full tax payment option is due. Payment must be received by the Treasurer’s Office or must be postmarked with an official United States Postal Service postmark of April 30. If the due date falls on a legal holiday or weekend, payments are considered timely if filed on the next business day.
- June 15 is when the second-half tax payment option is due. Payment must be received by the Treasurer’s Office or must be postmarked with an official United States Postal Service postmark of June 15. If the due date falls on a legal holiday or weekend, payments are considered timely if filed on the next business day.
- Delinquent tax notices are mailed. Applicable delinquent interest and other charges shall apply to delinquent payments.
- If a tax lien exists for unpaid prior-year tax, and current bill year taxes remain due on the same parcel, the lien holder has the opportunity to pay the current tax, thus endorsing the amount to the certificate and increasing his/her lien on the property. (Note: the lienholder has the right to pay current year taxes on the parcel for which the lien is held at any time during the year.) For more information, please visit the Tax Lien Sale Information.
- Delinquent Commercial, Personal Property, and Mobile Home taxes must be received in the Treasurer’s Office by close of business August 31 to avoid publication in a local newspaper during September.
- Mobile Home, Commercial and Personal property taxes remaining unpaid shall be listed in a local newspaper publication normally mid-September in preparation for distraint, seizure, and sale after October 1.
- A listing of unpaid Real property taxes is published in a local newspaper. Publication will occur at the appropriate time during September/October in preparation for the annual Tax Lien Sale. This listing publishes for three consecutive weeks beginning four weeks prior to the sale. For more information please visit Tax Lien Sale Information.
- After October 1, Commercial, Personal Property for those parcels remaining unpaid is subject to distraint, seizure, and sale to satisfy the tax liability and other accrued costs and penalties associated with the parcel.
- A listing of unpaid Real property taxes continues to publish in a local newspaper during October in preparation for the annual Tax Lien Sale.
- The annual Tax Lien Sale will be held. For more information, please visit the Tax Lien Sale Information.
- Prepayments of estimated taxes that will be due in the following year are accepted. Per office policy, prepayments will only be accepted as a half or the full amount of the estimated taxes. All payments must be received in-house by the Treasurer’s Office no later than close of business the last working day of December for acknowledgment in the current year. United States Postal Service postmarks do not apply to the prepayment of tax.
- Acceptance of estimated tax prepayments continues.