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Property and Taxation Services

Property Tax Payments can be made by:

Mail

All payments must be postmarked on or before October 15th to be considered on time. Please mail property tax payments to the address below.

 

Scott County Government Center

Attention: Customer Service

4th Ave W

Shakopee MN

Outdoor Drop Box

Located in circular driveway off Atwood St between 4th and 5th Ave.  The secure drop box is right next to the USPS mailbox and is checked multiple times a day.

Curbside Drop off

Available Friday October 15th only from am to pm.  The tax tent is located on the west side of the Campus on Atwood St between 4th and 5th Ave.

Scott County Libraries

Available October 1st – October 15th either in the Book Drop or the drop box located inside the library. Check your local branch for hours.

Property tax applications, appeal paperwork and other documents for our department may be mailed to:

Scott County Government Center

Attention: Property and Taxation Services

4th Ave W

Shakopee MN  

 

There is also a drop box in the circular driveway off of Atwood Street where payments and paperwork can be dropped off for our department.

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Sours: https://www.scottcountymn.gov//Property-and-Taxation-Services

County Trustee

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jimmybyrdThe Trustee&#;s office is responsible for collecting the county&#;s property taxes, administering the Property Tax Relief Program, and accounting for and disbursing county tax funds.

What You Can Do Here:

• Pay your property tax
• Estimate your taxes
• Apply for property tax relief
• Meet our staff

Jimmy D. Byrd

Jimmy D. Byrd serves as Scott County&#;s Trustee. He was born March 14, in Scott County, and graduated from Norma High School in He was elected in and re-elected to his third term in In he was awarded the designation of Certified Public Administrator by The University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service. In he was inducted as the East Tennessee Trustee&#;s Association Trustee of the Year, and was elected as the vice president of the East Tennessee Trustee&#;s Association. He is married to Mary Lois Byrd. They have two daughters, Sara and Jessica Byrd.

Sours: https://scottcounty.com/government/county-trustee/
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  • Treasurer's Drop Box - located by the security entry door on the east side of courthouse 24hrs / 7days
  • By Mail - Enclose Copy A (SPRING) and/or Copy B (FALL) and a check for the amount due.  Please include a stamped self-addressed envelope if you request a receipt. Mail to: Scott County Treasurer, 1 E. McClain Ave., Suite , Scottsburg, IN

  • In Person - The Courthouse reopened to public on June 1, The wearing of facial coverings is mandated and temperature check requirements for all entrants of the Courthouse. Screening questions will/can be asked by security.  
  • Online Payments  - Payment by Credit or Debit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express). There is a processing fee of % with a minimum amount of $ for the convenience of using the credit or debit - which is charged by the payment vendor. NOTE THAT YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW YOUR PARCEL NUMBER WHICH YOU CAN FIND ON YOUR BILL OR IN OUR GIS SYSTEM

  • Debit/Credit Cards - (Visa, MasterCard, Discover & American Express) are accepted in office and by phone. There is a processing fee of % for the convenience of the card which is charged by the payment vendor - not the county 

For questions concerning:

Tax Amounts - Treasurer’s Office()

Deductions/Exemptions  -Auditor’s Office ()

Assessments - Assessor’s Office ()

Parcel Number - Scott County GIS  

Sours: https://www.scottcounty.in.gov/department/division.php?structureid=82
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Duties of the Tax Collector

 

Collector
West 1ST Street Box 14
Waldron, AR
Phone:
Facsimile:

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday
a.mp.m.
(Closed Federal and State Holidays with the exception of Columbus Day)

Staff:
Olivia James, Chief Deputy
Wendi Edwards, Deputy

The Collector is responsible for billing and collection of County taxes.

CURRENT TAX INFORMATION:

Tax books open March 1st and to avoid penalty and interest must be paid by October 15th or the day following if either of these days falls on a weekend. Tax statements are mailed promptly following tax rolls opening. Tax payments postmarked October 15th will also be accepted without penalty. If paying at the office or by mail please bring or return your statement. If you do not have a statement or copy to bring with you, please be sure to tell us what you are trying to pay on or who you are paying for. Personal taxes are for vehicles or business/company contents (fixtures), real estate taxes are for land, property, mobile homes and lease and royalties which are for mineral interests. You are responsible for knowing what you own. We want to ensure taxes are paid in full so you have no problem in the future

DELINQUENT TAX INFORMATION:

Taxes are delinquent after the day October 15th or the day following if either of these days falls on a weekend. If possible, please have your tax statement or property information ready and contact the Collector’s office for the amount as penalties and interest are added and the amounts are subject to change. Personal property is penalized only once, real estate and mineral property interest increases monthly until paid. Delinquent information is published in our local newspaper late November or early December of each year.

LANDS (Real Estate) AND PRODUCING MINERALS CERTIFIED TO COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS:

Real estate (with the exception of mobile homes/improvements only) or producing mineral taxes unpaid for a two-year period are forwarded to Commissioner of State Lands for collection. If after two years at State level taxes remain unpaid they will go up for public land sale When a property is redeemed please be sure to check the redemption deed to know which years have been redeemed. For more information on redeeming properties or property sale information please contact the Commissioner of State Lands, () [email&#;protected] or www.state.ar.us/land/land.html.

NEW RESIDENT TAX CLEARANCES FOR MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSING AND REVENUE OFFICE INFORMATION:

In order for new residents to have new vehicle tags if you have moved from another Arkansas county we must call for a tax clearance from the previous county in which you lived. Payment must be made to that county by cashier’s check or money order and given to this county (we must mail payment along with your change of address) for you to be cleared at the Revenue Office. If you are a new resident from another state and have not lived in Arkansas previously, go to the Assessor’s Office and assess.

DISABLED VETERAN (DAV) INFORMATION:

Disabled Veterans who receive a form from the Veteran’s Administration Office are encouraged to bring their forms as soon as they receive them in order for their statement to reflect the correct information. In order to receive a full credit on your personal taxes (vehicle(s)) and real estate taxes (residence only) you must be considered totally and permanently disabled due to your service-disconnected disabilities We keep a file which must be updated annually and must receive a form each year for this entitlement. For more information on Veteran entitlements please contact our local Veteran’s Office, West First St, # 5 or () Monday – Thursday, am – pm.

If you have any questions we are here to help you, please feel free to call.
Sours: https://scottcountyar.com/collector/tax_collector

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Tax Bills Are Coming!

Here are the planned mailing dates for the
PROPERTY TAX BILLS.

SHERIFF &#; ABOUT OCTOBER 29,

GEORGETOWN  &#; NOVEMBER  1,

STAMPING GROUND &#; SEPTEMBER 24,

SADIEVILLE &#;  ABOUT OCTOBER 1,

TAX RATES ARE SET:  CLICK THE PROPERTY TAX ESTIMATOR TAB TO THE LEFT TO SEE RATES & GET AN ESTIMATE YOUR TAX BILL.


Now is the time to be sure, before tax bills are mailing in the fall.  Simply click on the PROPERTY SEARCH TAB to the left, look up your property address, then double check the mailing address in the OWNER section.



The assessed values are based on sales that occurred from January 1, to December 31,

Residential sale prices remained strong thru the end of with the yearly median sale price increasing % TO $, from $, in

CLICK HERE TO SEE MEDIAN SALES HISTORY


 

Sours: https://scottkypva.com/
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