Tax Bill Insert Letter

Click here to view a PDF of the tax bill insert letter.

 

When do I pay my taxes?

Any time before December 31st.

Both offices are open 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday – Friday.

The Annex is open an extra 2 hours (until 7:00 PM) on Thursdays ONLY.

 

How do I pay my taxes?

Pay online here.

Debit Cards FREE
Credit Cards (we accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express) 2.45%, no minimum
E-Check (use the routing and account number from the bottom of your check) FREE

• Pay in person — Liberty & Gladstone locations

  • Write a check
    (include a phone number, bring your driver’s license. Checks will be processed for the WRITTEN amount).
  • Cash Debit card (free)
  • Credit card (2.45%)

• Mail your payment by Dec. 27

 

Can I pay when offices are closed?

Yes! We have outdoor boxes at both of our locations where you can drop your check until midnight December 31st.

 

Important Dates

Nov. 10th—CLOSED

Nov. 23rd & 24th – CLOSED

Dec. 25th—CLOSED

Dec. 27th—Mail by this date to ensure a timely postmark.

Dec. 30th—Annex OPEN from 8:00 AM – noon

Dec. 31st—Payments DUE

Jan. 1st—CLOSED

Thank you for giving me the honor to serve as your elected Collector of Revenue. My staff and I look forward to providing YOU with excellent customer service. Question or concerns? See our FAQ’s or contact us via Live Chat at the bottom right of this window. Feedback is welcome because, as always… it’s YOUR money!

Sincerely,
Lydia H McEvoy, Collector of Revenue

BANKRUPTCY NOTICE: If you have declared bankruptcy, the statement enclosed with your tax bill is NOT an attempt to collect a debt. It is only a notice of accrued taxes. Please consult your attorney regarding your obligation to pay taxes during or after bankruptcy.

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