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Real estate and personal property taxes are due by March 31. Taxes become delinquent on April 1.
Real estate taxes: Beginning April 1, interest will accrue at 3%. On May 1, advertising ($6) is added. If real estate taxes remain unpaid, a tax certificate will be sold at the tax certificate sale on May 28, 2021, resulting in additional charges, and your property may be sold at a future date.
Personal property taxes: Beginning April 1, interest will accrue at 1.5% per month, plus a $10.00 collection fee. On May 1, advertising ($3) is added. If personal property taxes remain unpaid, a warrant may be issued authorizing the tax collector to levy and seize personal property, resulting in warrant fees and court costs, and your property may be sold at a public auction to satisfy the unpaid taxes.
Delinquent taxes must be paid in the form of cash, cashier's check, treasurer's check, title company check, attorney's trust account check, money order, certified funds, debit card or credit card. A processing fee applies if you pay by debit card or credit card. For debit cards, the fee is $2.50. For credit cards, the fee is 2.5% with a minimum of $2.50. Our office does not retain any portion of this fee.