Property tax notices are mailed the third week of October or as soon as the tax rates are certified by the county, cities, and state. The due date will always be November 30th unless this day falls on a weekend, then the due date will move to the following Monday. Payments are posted according to postmark, date paid in office, or date initiated online, NOT the date printed on the check.
If you have not received a tax notice by November 1st, please call the Treasurer's office so we can resend or email the notice and/or provide you with the tax amount. Payments are accepted by mail, in person at the Treasurer's Office, online at https://www.cachecounty.org/treasurer/pay-property-taxes.html, or using our automated telephone system at 1-877-690-3729 (USE JURISDICTION CODE: 3412). There are also two drop boxes for your convenience: 1) Located just outside the Treasurer's Office and 2) A drive-up drop box is available in the west rear parking lot. Drop Box payments with an email listed on the envelope will receive a paid-in-full email receipt.
Payments are accepted by Cash, Check, E-Check*, Money Order, Credit Card (2.45% processing fee - minimum of $1.95 applies) or VISA Debit Card ($3.95 fee applies).
Make traditional checks payable to the Cache County Treasurer.
*When paying using an E-Check please have a valid check complete with bank routing number and account number (Deposit slips will not always work). Funds must be available at the time an e-check is initiated. There is no service fee to use an e-check.
Yes, beginning in February. There are four ways you can make prepayments:
You can prepay up to 90% of future year taxes via the treasurer website, in the office or by mail. Be aware that the final tax rates are not set until mid-October and amounts shown are proposed and will change. For specific amounts to pay you can request a coupon book when you send in your year-end tax payment or using this link https://www.cachecounty.org/treasurer/coupon-book.html.
Please do not prepay during December or January, as we are still reconciling the current tax year. Coupon books will be sent for parcels over $100 at no additional cost in February. The calculation for coupon books are figured in this manner – 90% of Last Year's Taxes divided by 8, with the remainder due November 30th.
Please use this same information if you choose to set up bill pay through your bank. Please allow at least 5 days for Bank Bill Pay Payments. At some future point the county may be able to automate tax payments, but do not currently offer this service.
Overpayments will be researched and generally applied to next year according to posted Treasurer procedures. Multiple overpayments will be returned.
Tax relief programs exist for citizens of Cache County who meet certain criteria. Current programs include: Veteran's Exemption (based on service-related disability), Blind Exemption, Circuit Breaker (over 66 or widow/widower — with GROSS Total Household Income of less than $34,666 for 2020), and Disability/Hardship (same maximum income). For property owners who do not meet the criteria for tax relief, partial payments are accepted until taxes are paid in full. The applicable penalty is attached, and interest on delinquent taxes continues to accrue until taxes are paid in full. Still have questions?
Contact the Cache County Treasurer's office at (435) 755-1500 or the Cache County Chief Deputy Clerk/Auditor (435) 755-1706 for more information.