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Posted on: April 2, 2020

Coconino County Treasurer offers alternative payment methods

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The Coconino County Treasurer’s Office is now altering service levels and
payment methods due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect public health.

Property owners can pay taxes in person at a temporary drive thru window from 9 a.m. – noon on Mondays and Wednesdays at 2304 N. Third Street in Flagstaff. People can also pay online, via telephone, by mail or at our drop box located at 110 E. Cherry Ave. in Flagstaff.

Coconino County Treasurer’s Office is now the first county in Arizona that can accept PayPal Credit. Individuals interested must apply directly with PayPal. For additional information, visit www.coconino.az.gov/treasurer.

“I understand that this is a very stressful time, especially for those suffering direct effects from this public health crisis, and my office is committed to helping any way we can,” said Sarah Benatar, Coconino County Treasurer. “Ensuring the health, safety and economic tranquility of our citizens is of the utmost importance. All 15 County Treasurers stand together in our commitment to help in any way we can and urge our Governor and Legislature to take immediate action in extending the May 1 property tax delinquency deadline to June 1.”

The second half of 2019 annual property taxes are due by May 1. Any payments received after May 1 are considered delinquent. Counties do not have the legal authority to extend the delinquency date.

For additional information on how the Treasurer’s Office is adapting business in response to COVID-19, please visit www.coconino.az.gov/treasurer or call 928-679-8188.

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