Can I use "Bill Pay" from my bank to pay my property and sewer bills?
Yes, payments may also be made by using bill pay from your bank. When using bill pay make sure to include your block, lot, and qualifier (if any) and/ or account number in the memo. Payments lacking property identification may be returned.

Please note, bill payments are not electronic, your bank converts these payments into a paper check that is mailed through the postal system. Keep in mind scheduling your payment to allow enough time to be delivered by the due date. We suggest at least 7-10 days.

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1. When are property tax bills mailed? When are they due?
2. Is there a grace period for property taxes?
3. What if I pay my property taxes through my mortgage company?
4. What if I receive an "advice only" statement, but do not pay my property taxes through a mortgage company?
5. What happens when I never receive my property tax bill?
6. What do I have to do when selling my property?
7. When are sewer bills mailed? When are sewer bills due?
8. What happens with unpaid sewer user fees?
9. What are my payment options for my property tax bill and sewer bill?
10. What is direct withdraw? How can I get direct withdraw to pay for my tax and sewer payments?
11. Can I use "Bill Pay" from my bank to pay my property and sewer bills?
12. What if I am unable to make it between Office Hours of 8:30 AM- 4:30 PM to make a payment?
13. How can I get a receipt if I make a payment in the mail?
14. Where can I get information on the Homestead Benefit Program and Property Tax Reimbursement Program(also known as the Senior Tax Freeze and PTR Program)?
15. Are there notifications I can receive as a reminder to pay my Property and Sewer bill?