July 1, 2024 Deadline

The last day of the fiscal year is June 30th. However, since June 30th falls on a Sunday, you have an extra day to pay.

You have until July 1, 2024 to pay before the bills go into default and incur heavier penalties.

Unpaid first or second installment bills (due November 2023 and February 2024) are now delinquent and have incurred a 10% penalty, plus a $10 fee for the second installment.

You must pay or postmark any unpaid bills by July 1, 2024.  Taxes unpaid after that date will become defaulted and will be charged a 1.5% penalty per month (18% per year). A $33 redemption fee will also apply.

Did you receive a notice from your lender?

You may have received a notice from your lender regarding unpaid property tax bills.  Although you may have paid your annual bill through your lender, you may still have unpaid Supplemental Tax Bills.

Supplemental Tax Bills are separate and in addition to the annual property tax bill.  They are issued when there is a change in ownership or new construction on a property.  Supplemental Tax Bills are not sent to your lender for payment.  The 2023-2024 Supplemental Tax Bills that remain unpaid after July 1st, will go into default and accrue an extra 1.5% penalty per month (18% per year). A $33 redemption fee will also apply.

Click Here to search for unpaid property tax bills.  Choose option 1 to search by parcel number.

Defaulted Bills

If your property is currently in default, you may be eligible to set up a 5-year payment plan. Properties that have been in default for 3 or more years, must set up a 5-year payment plan on or before June 28, 2024, to avoid eligibility for the property to be sold in the tax sale auction. For more information and an application to set up a 5-year payment plan, click here.