When are taxes due?

Tax bills for each year are mailed in October. Taxes are due upon receipt of the statement and are delinquent if not paid on or before January 31st of the year following the year in which the tax was imposed.

Mailed Payments

If you mail payment for your taxes, the envelope must be postmarked by the U.S. Post Office no later than January 31st.

Example: 2017 Tax Bills are due no later than January 31, 2018. A payment with a U.S. Post Office postmark dated January 31, 2018 or earlier will be considered timely paid regardless of the date the mail was received.

Online Payments

Online payment services experience extremely high volumes January 31st. If you use online services to pay property taxes, please note tax payments made by 11:59 pm (midnight) central standard time on January 31st will be considered as timely payments.

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1. When are taxes due?
2. What if I don't receive a tax bill?
3. How long does it take for my property account to be updated when I mail in my payment?
4. I received a tax statement but my taxes are paid by my mortgage company. What should I do?
5. What happens if I can not pay my taxes by the due date?
6. Who is responsible for paying taxes?
7. What form of payments do you accept for property taxes?
8. Do you accept partial payments?
9. What kinds of payment options are available to taxpayers with an over-65 or disabled person exemption?
10. What are exemptions and how do I file for an exemption?
11. My address is not correct on my bill; how do I get it corrected?