Do you accept postmarks?

Yes, a payment is "on time" if the envelope has a USPS postmark that has a date on or before the due date. Please be aware of the postal deadline to make sure your payment gets an "on time" postmark. Postmarks are valid for regular tax payments only and do not apply to properties certified for tax sales.

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1. Can I make a partial payment?
2. I need to change my mailing address. How do I do this?
3. Why didn't I get notified that my taxes were delinquent?
4. Do you accept postmarks?
5. Do I have all the exemptions I qualify for?
6. How do I verify that you have received my payment?
7. Why does the previous owner's name show up on my bill?
8. How do I get a receipt for my tax payment?
9. Will I receive a statement for my fall installment of taxes?
10. Is there any way I can reduce my taxes?
11. How do I pay my tax bill?
12. I never received my tax bill. What should I do?
13. What needs to be done to obtain a mobile home title transfer or moving permit?
14. Does the Treasurer's Office have anything to do with determining how much tax I owe?