I’m behind on my bills, how can I get on a payment plan?
If you are behind on your taxes/fees and wish to forestall collection attempts such as
DMV Stops and/or seizure of your property and/or land, you may call the Treasurer’s
Office and make an appointment to come into the office and sign an installment
agreement with the Treasurer.

Installment agreements vary and are made on an individual case by case basis.
However, failure to abide by the agreement will void the agreement and negate the possibility of entering into another such agreement at a later time.

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1. What are your hours?
2. When do you send out bills?
3. Can I view taxes online?
4. Can I pay with my credit/debit card?
5. How do I get a dog license?
6. What happens if I don’t pay my taxes?
7. How do I know if you’re closed during inclement weather?
8. When does the penalty go on my tax if I don’t pay on time? What about interest?
9. I’m behind on my bills, how can I get on a payment plan?
10. Do you accept post marks for determining whether a payment is late?
11. Can I set up automatic drafts from my bank account to pay my taxes?
12. Can I pay over the phone?
13. Why is the prior property owners name still on my Real Estate bill?
14. Can I pay my taxes online?
15. What is the tax rate?
16. Who do I contact if my address has changed?
17. I don’t own my car/truck/boat/trailer anymore - can you take it off my bill?
18. Can we see the tax bills online?
19. What are the due dates for taxes and fees?