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If your mortgage company pays your property tax, a yellow box in the top right corner of your tax notice will list the name of the mortgage company that has requested your tax account balance. In many cases mortgage companies will notify you of their "payment date" but the taxes are not actually paid until the due date.
If your tax account does not appear as paid by December 9, please contact your mortgage company to verify payment.
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If payment is not postmarked or issued online by November 30, 2018 a 1% penalty will be charged. Per Utah state law, the TOTAL penalty for delinquent taxes is 2.5% (or $10, whichever is greater). However, the penalty is reduced to 1% (or $10, whichever is greater) if all 2018 delinquent taxes and the 1% penalty are paid on or before January 31, 2019.
Interest will be charged after January 31, 2019, effective January 1, 2019.
The owner of the property still receives the original tax notice for their records, even if a mortgage company pays the property taxes.
A copy of your Tax Notice can be accessed from the Treasurer's website.
If you need further assistance, please contact the Treasurer's office via email or by calling 435-336-3267.
E-check payments are free with your bank account information. Credit card payments will be charged a 2.5% fee ($1.50 minimum).
Yes, simply fill out the Tax Notice Email Request Form to sign up for tax notice emails.