What does the Collector do?

The Collector's office collects property taxes to help support schools, cities, roads, jails, and county expenses based on millage rates set by local governments and voters. These taxes are about 1% of the value of your home, car, and other items that you may own.

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How do I pay my taxes?

  • Pay online

    Pay real estate or personal property taxes online with a credit card. You will be charged a fee to cover credit processing.

  • Pay by phone

    Call (866) 257-2055, county code 72. You will be charged a fee to cover credit processing.

  • Pay in person

    View our locations for hours and information.

  • Pay by mail

    You will receive a statement by mail each year with payment instructions. Call our office at (479) 444-1526 if you have not received your statement by April 15th.

When are my taxes due?

Property must be assessed between January 1st and May 31st each year. Taxes are due by October 15th the following year.

A 10% late assessment fee will be added to anyone assessing personal property after the May 31st deadline. (New purchases will have 30 days after purchase to assess without penalty) A 10% penalty will be added to Personal Property and Real Estate paid after October 15th plus 10% annual interest on Real Estate.

How can I get a tax receipt?

Search Tax Records

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