Property Tax Notices are typically generated and mailed out in the middle of September.
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 end 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 September is the only notice you will receive. Please retain it for your records.
- 1st Installment: must be in the Treasurer’s Office or postmarked by November 10th of the current year to avoid interest.
- 2nd Installment: must be in the Treasurer’s Office or postmarked by May 10th of the following calendar year to avoid interest.
- Full Payment: must be in the Treasurer’s Office or postmarked by December 31st of the current year to avoid interest on the first installment.
The balance of any tax not paid is delinquent after the day on which it is payable and shall bear interest at 18% per year until paid or collected. Taxes are delinquent pursuant to paragraph (ii) of subsection 39-13-108 when a taxpayer or his agent knew or reasonably should have known that the total tax liability was not paid when due.
- Credit cards
- Money order
All credit card transactions are subject to a 2.49% convenience fee.
If a check is returned by a financial institution as insufficient, the transaction and/or transactions will be reversed without notice to the property owner.
Visit our online Payment Portal to pay property taxes and vehicle registration fees.