What forms of payment do you accept?
Checks (including money orders, cashier, and traveler's checks) and cash are acceptable payment methods. Neither debit cards or credit cards are accepted by the treasurer; however, you may pay taxes online or by phone at (888) 2PAY-TAX. You will be asked to enter the city's jurisdiction code (5801) and your tax key number (found on the upper right hand corner of your tax bill). Please remember to wait for your confirmation / transaction number before you conclude your phone call or internet connection. This number will assist you should there be a problem with your payment. Please be aware that Official Payments charges a fee based on the amount you charge. Official Payments

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1. When am I going to get my tax bill?
2. What is my tax amount?
3. What is the Tax Rate (net assessed value rate) for 2022
4. What is the amount of the 2022 First Dollar Credit?
5. What is the amount of the 2022 Lottery Credit
6. What forms of payment do you accept?
7. Where do my tax dollars go?
8. To whom should I sign checks?
9. Who is in charge of collecting taxes?
10. How are my taxes determined?
11. How can I change the ownership name on the bill?
12. How can I change my mailing address?
13. When is the tax bill due? Do I have to pay the whole bill ?
14. If I choose the installment option, can I pay more than the installment amount due?
15. What determines a timely payment?
16. What if I can't pay the amount due?
17. How is penalty calculated?
18. Do I have to wait in a long line if I come in person to pay my taxes?
19. What if I cannot mail the payment in time or make it in person before you close?
20. Do I need to endorse the back of my escrow check?
21. What do I do if the escrow check from my mortgage company is not enough (or too much) to cover the amount due?
22. I just got my real estate tax bill in the mail. What do I do now?
23. I am not sure if I am supposed to pay my property taxes, or if my mortgage company is paying them. How do I find out?
24. I recently purchased this property. I thought the taxes were already paid. Why am I getting a bill?
25. Do I have any recourse if I disagree with this bill?
26. What are personal property taxes?
27. How do I get the lottery credit?
28. How do I apply for the lottery credit after the fact?
29. Are there any programs to help me with my property taxes?