How do I pay property taxes?
Property taxes are due in September and March of every year. You may make partial payments at any time but any remaining balance still owing after the delinquent date (October 1 and April 1) will accrue penalty at 1 ½% interest per month.

You can pay either the full year in September or just the September installment.

Only one billing is sent out for your tax bill. The tax bill has two coupons at the bottom. Each coupon is for one half of the tax bill.
If you have bought or sold property, be sure to know if the buyer or seller is responsible for paying the taxes on each parcel. This is something that would have been discussed in your closing agreement.

You can pay property taxes by mail (please enclose a self addressed stamped envelope if you would like a receipt), in person, over the phone or online at:

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1. When are my taxes due?
2. Where is my Property Tax Bill?
3. I don’t think my property is assessed correctly?
4. How do I appeal my assessment?
5. What happens at a Tax Sale?
6. How do I pay property taxes?
7. Can I pay a full year of my property taxes in September?
8. How do I avoid paying penalty or costs?
9. Does my mortgage company pay my property taxes?
10. I just bought a mobile home. What do I need to do?
11. Do I have Homestead credit and/ or Military Exemption on my bill?
12. How do I change my mailing address for my Real Estate Tax Bill?
13. Who should I make a check or money order payable to?