How Can I Pay Taxes?
There are a few options listed below you can choose from to pay your property taxes.
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Due Dates for Tax Payments
Tax payments need to be completed or postmarked no later than the delinquent dates listed below to avoid interest accruals. Here are the delinquent dates:
Paying Your Taxes
All property tax payments must be made with UNITED STATES FUNDS ONLY. Please reference your Property Tax Account Number or Parcel Number for all correspondence and inquiries. Options include:
- In Person: Payments in person can be made at the office of the Coconino County Treasurer 110 E Cherry Ave. Flagstaff, AZ 86001, second floor. We accept cash, personal checks, money orders, cashier's checks and credit cards. There is a convenience fee for payments made by debit/credit card. Coins must be rolled and Property Tax Account Number must be legibly written on each roll of coins.
- By Mail: Payments by mail must be sent to 110 E. Cherry Ave. Flagstaff, AZ 86001. Acceptable payment types are checks, money orders and cashier's check. Please DO NOT SEND cash or coin by mail. Payments by personal check will be processed as an ACH and deducted from your financial institution account the same day the payment is processed by the office of the Treasurer. Be certain to write your Property Tax Account Number or Parcel Number on your check. All checks returned for non-sufficient funds or closed accounts are subject to a $25 returned item collection fee and your property taxes will revert to unpaid status.
- Online: Electronic payments can be made by visiting Treasurer website.
Please note there is a convenience fee for debit/credit cards and E-Checks charged by the third party vendor that processes our payments. Be certain to include your Property Tax Account Number or Parcel Number with your payment information.
Additional Tax Payment Information
- Review your tax notice carefully. The tax collector is not responsible for payments on wrong property.
- Property owners who have an escrow or impound account with the mortgage company will still receive the tax notice and it is up to the owner to confirm that their property taxes have been paid.
- If your total tax due per parcel is greater than $100, you have the option to pay one-half of the annual taxes, due October 1st, and then pay the second half, which are due March 1st.
- Property Taxes greater than $100, for the full year tax amount, may be made in two half payments, multiple smaller payments, or in full. If each half is paid in full, prior to the delinquent date, no interest will accrue. Delinquent dates are: Nov 1st for first half and May 1st (the following year) for second half.
- On November 2, first-half taxes are considered delinquent and will begin accruing interest at the rate of 16 percent per year, pro-rated at 1.33 percent per month as of the first day of each month thereafter.
- On May 2, second half taxes are considered delinquent and begin accruing interest at the rate of 16 percent per year, pro-rated at 1.33 percent per month as of the first day of each month. (A.R.S 42-18052 Sec. B.)
- Full year taxes of $100 or less must be paid in full by December 31st of the tax year to avoid delinquent interest accruing.
- Note: If the 1st of November or May falls on a non-working day (such as Saturday or Sunday) the delinquent deadline is extended to 5:00 PM of the next business day.