Paying Your Taxes
- Pay your property taxes online at
- NOTE: Credit/debit payments are processed through Official Payments. Official Payments charges a convenience fee for credit/debit card payments. Greenlee County does not receive this fee..
- If you are asked for a jurisdiction, use Code 1304 when prompted.
- Paying by e-check is not available January 1st through February 28th.
- If there is a tax lien on your property, payment by e-check is not an option.
- To pay by credit card call the toll free number 1-800-2PAY-TAXSM (800-272-9829)
or visit www.officialpayments.com
to pay taxes by credit card over the Internet. (For telephone payments, enter Jurisdiction
Code 1304 when prompted.)
- Credit/debit payments are processed through Official Payments. Official Payments charges a convenience fee for credit/debit card payments. Greenlee County does not receive this fee.
- The Treasurer's Office acceps tax payments via cashier's check, money order, personal check, cash or credit or debit card.
- We will process the following credit cards:
Contact the Treasurer's Office for payment and tax lien information by calling (928) 865-3422.
Additional Tax Payment Information
- Examine your tax notice carefully. The tax collector is not responsible for payment on wrong property.
- Property owners who have an escrow or impound account with a mortgage company holding the lien on their property, will still
receive the tax notice and it is up to the owner to confirm that their property taxes have been paid.
- Arizona taxes are due on a calendar year basis.
- 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 that $, 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 th the delinquent date, no interest will accrue. Delinquent dates are Nov 1st for the first-half
and May 1st (the following year) for the second-half.
- On November 2, first-half taxes are considered delinquent and will begin accruing interest at the rate of 16 percent per annum,
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 annum, 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
- 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 the next business day.