Is the due date extended because of the COVID-19 pandemic?

Per Arizona State Law, the County and County Treasurer do not have the authority to change any property tax due dates. Extensions and changes in due dates can only be enacted by the legislature. Visit to contact legislators.

Can the Treasurer offer any relief to help with our taxes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic?

Unfortunately the Treasurer and the County do not have the legal authority to offer any relief to property owners at this time. Arizona State Law prohibits us from waiving any interest or fees in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Coconino County Economic Development Department offers information on resources and assistance programs for small businesses, employers, and employees. Click here to learn more.  

Is the Treasurer’s Office still open to the public? 

As a safety measure against the spread of COVID-19, the Coconino County Treasurer’s main office is closed. A temporary drive thru at 2304 N. 3rd St. in Flagstaff is open Monday thru Friday from 8am - 5pm (closed from 11am - 12pm) for in person assistance. 

Where can I drop off my check payment?

You can still mail your check payment or drop it off in the white drop box located in the parking lot of 110 E. Cherry Ave. in Flagstaff. The drop box is checked multiple times per day and honors the date it was received as the receipt day. 

I mailed my check payment but it hasn’t been cashed yet. Did you receive it? 

At this time our mail processing and payment posting times may be longer than usual due to COVID-19. Our office honors the post mark date as the receipt date. We ask that you allow 15 business days from time of mailing for us to post your payment.