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Delinquent 2019 real estate tax payments made in person, through our property tax website, or by mail must be received by 5 PM EST on May 28, 2020, in the form of cash, cashier's check, treasurer's check, money order, debit card (subject to your bank's daily limit), certified funds or wire transfer (see note below) in order to avoid the sale of a tax certificate on May 29, 2020.
Note: Wire transfers must be received in our office in time for us to be able to process the payment before 5 PM. For more information and to request instructions, see our wiring instructions page.
The cut-off for all drop-off payments is 5 PM on May 27, 2020, but customers can still pay online or wait for an associate to post their payment at four of our office locations (see note below) through 5 PM May 28, 2020.
Note: Our Driver License office and the First Manatee South County Tag Agency do not accept property tax payments.
A postmark is not honored on delinquent payments. Please read our online payment FAQ. Note: After the Tax Certificate Sale held on May 29, online payment will resume.
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Visit taxcollector.com to sign up for property tax email alerts. Email alerts will allow you to receive an email when taxes are due, when a payment is made, when discount periods are ending, and when the taxes are delinquent. For instructions, view our email alerts signup video.