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Property taxes are paid in two installments per year, either through escrow from your mortgage provider, or directly by the taxpayer. If you have an escrow account with your mortgage provider, no action is required. If you are unsure, please contact your mortgage provider. Options for making a direct payment:

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Due dates

If a payment date falls on a weekend, the payment is due the next business day.                

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Type Due date

Real property tax payment
(first half, or all if tax is $100 or less)*

May 15
Leased government-owned personal property tax May 15
Personal property tax payment, other than leased
government-owned (total amount due)
May 15
Agricultural tax payment
(first half, or all if tax is $50 or less)*
May 15
Manufactured homes tax payment
(first half, or all if tax is $50 or less)*
Aug. 31
Real property tax payment
(second half)
Oct. 15
Leased government-owned personal property tax payment
(second half)
Oct. 15
Agricultural tax payment
(second half)
Nov. 15
Manufactured homes tax payment
(second half)
Nov. 15

*Total annual tax of $100 or less for real property and $50 or less for personal property or manufactured homes must be paid in full by the first installment due date to avoid penalty.

Penalties

If any due date falls on a weekend, the taxes are due the next business day.  Payments that do not meet these deadlines are subject to penalties. 

The full amount of the installment must be received by the due date to avoid penalty charges. Penalty charges begin to accrue on unpaid balances the day after the due date, and contine to accrue until the tax is paid in full or until the tax becomes delinquent.

Late payments are applied to penalty charges first, then to taxes.

If your tax is $100.00 or less for real property or $50.00 or less for personal property or manufactured homes, it must be paid in full by the first installment date to avoid penalty.

If you pay your first half and/or your second half of property tax after the due dates, a penalty will be added to your tax. If you own multiple properties, check to make sure you have a statement for each property.

Partial payments can be made on tax installments.