The tax statement is comprised of a levy amount set by several taxing authorities. The Treasurer's office does not set tax rates; however, the Treasurer is responsible for the collection of taxes. A sample of the tax bill may be seen by clicking here. Listed below are the taxing authorities in Pinal County.
- The State Legislature, through statutes, sets the rates for School Equalization.
- The Board of Supervisors sets the tax rates for Pinal County, the Pinal County Library District, the Pinal County Flood Control District and Fire District Assistance Tax.
- The County School Superintendent sets the rate for the Mary C. O'Brien Accommodation School, Unorganized Schools property and Reserve Fund.
- Each city or town, school district, special district, irrigation and drainage district and Central Arizona Water Conservation District independently sets its own tax rates.
- Central Arizona College sets the rate for the Pinal County Community College.
- Bond amounts represent amounts previously determined and voted on by area residents.
Please refer questions regarding a tax line item to the taxing authority responsible for that portion of your tax bill or contact the Pinal County Board of Supervisors at P.O. Box 827, Florence, Arizona 85132.
The valuation of the property also plays a key role in calculating the property taxes. Each year the Pinal County Assessor mails a Notice of Valuation to all property owners. The valuation is provided for two years and is based on the market sales in your area. If you believe the valuation is incorrect, a period of time is designated to file an appeal. For more information concerning the valuation, ownership, classification or a change of address, e-mail or visit the website of the Assessor's Office or P.O. Box 709, Florence, Arizona 85132.
The ownership records are updated each time a deed is recorded with the Pinal County Recorder's Office. Since property transfers occur on a daily basis in large volumes, a minimum of ten (10) days is required to update the Assessor and Treasurer records. For more information concerning title recordings, go to Recorder's Office Website or request information at P.O. Box 848, Florence, Arizona 85132.
Primary Taxes: The Primary taxes are based on the "limited value" and are comprised of the levy amount set by cities and towns, county community college and schools for their maintenance and operation expenses.
Secondary Taxes: The Secondary taxes are comprised of the levy amount set by special districts, fire districts and bond issues voted in by taxpayers of these districts. Effective tax year 2015, the Limited Valuation is used to calculate secondary ad valorem taxes.
Due Dates: The first half taxes and taxes of $100 or less, are due October 1, and will become delinquent if not paid by 5:00 PM on November 1. The second half taxes are due March 1 and will become delinquent if not paid by 5:00 p.m. May 1. Penalty for late payment is 16% per year prorated monthly as of the 1st day of the month.
Method of Payment: Tax Payments will be accepted in the form of cash, check, money order, cashier's check or electronic wire transfers. Please contact the Pinal County Treasurer at (520) 866-6425 for wire instructions. No personal foreign checks or foreign currency accepted. Use cashier's checks issued by foreign banks payable in U.S. currency or U.S. checks or U.S. currency only. A fee of $31.25 will be added for any checks returned by the bank to the Treasurer. A fee of $25 will be charged for reversal of any payment. Post dated checks will not be accepted and may be subject to a return fee.
Credit card payments are accepted through a 3rd party vendor, click here.
Mailing Address: Please send all correspondence and payments to Pinal County Treasurer, P.O. Box 729, Florence, Arizona 85132-0729. The e-mail address is Customer.Service@pinalcountyaz.gov.