Important Dates to Remember

September
The current year tax bills are mailed to the current owner of record in September. It is important to notify the Treasurer or the Assessor if you have a change of address, or new e-mail, to ensure prompt delivery of the tax statement. Mortgage companies will contact the Treasurer to obtain the information required for processing a payment. If the property owner requests the tax bill to be mailed to the mortgage company, the address will be updated however, only one original tax bill is mailed each year.

October
The first half taxes and full year tax notices of $100.00 or less are payable on the first day of October. Taxpayers will not be penalized if the payment carries a postmark of November 1st.

November
The first half taxes and taxes under $100.00 become delinquent if not paid by 5:00 p.m. on November 1st of each year. Taxpayers will not be penalized if the payment carries a postmark of November 1st .

December
Taxes over $100.00 may be paid in full by December 31st without interest or penalty. Taxpayers will not be penalized if the payment carries a postmark of December 31st. A delinquent notice will be mailed in early December for current full year taxes under $100.00, and prior year taxes that remain unpaid. Property owners are notified that property with delinquent taxes will be offered at a Tax Lien Sale if unpaid.

January
The date is set for the Online Tax Lien Sale to be held in February and a list of property with prior years' delinquent taxes to be offered at the Online Tax Lien Sale will be published in the Florence Reminder and Blade Tribune for the required amount of time, (copies may be purchased from the Florence Reminder). Advertising begins in February.

February
The Online Tax Lien Sale will be open to the public for purchase of Tax Lien Certificates. Bidders must be registered prior to the sale in order to bid on the property.

March
The second half taxes are payable on the first day of March.

May
The second half taxes become delinquent if not paid by 5:00 p.m. on May 1st of the following year. Taxpayers will not be penalized if the payment carries a postmark of May 1st. A delinquent notice will be mailed for the second half and prior year taxes that remain unpaid.

June
Subsequent taxes are due for existing tax liens.

August
Pinal County Board of Supervisors approve Tax Rates and Levies for the current tax year.