Duchesne County Treasurer
When Are Property Taxes Due?
Real Property Taxes are due November 30 of any given year unless that date falls on a weekend, then it is due the following Monday. In 2017, current year taxes will be due Nov 30th. All county offices will be closed Nov 10th, and Nov 23rd - 24th for Thanksgiving. Tax notices are sent no later than Nov 1st of each year.
How to Pay Your Property Tax
1. Pay online with an E-check through Instant Payments. There is no charge from October 1st thru November 30th. After November 30th a 75 cent fee charged by Instant Payments will be applied for each payment. A separate payment is needed for each parcel.
2. Pay online or by phone with a credit card through Instant Payments or call 1-800-764-0844.There is a 2.5% or a minimum of $2.50 fee charged by Instant Payments depending on the amount of taxes owed. A separate payment is needed for each parcel.
3. Send a check or money order payable to Duchesne County Treasurer and addressed to: PO Box 989, Duchesne, UT 84021. Please note your parcel number(s) on the check.
4. Pay by cash, check or money order at our office in the Duchesne County Administrative building, 734 N. Center St., Duchesne. We can process credit cards in the office at this time, but you must be present. The 2.5% fee from instant payments will be applied to each parcel.
5. Auto bill pay for 2018 estimates your taxes and splits it up into 10 payments that are automatically withdrawn from your bank account or card. the first nine payments will be withdrawn each month February through September on the day of the month that you choose. After you receive your tax bill in October, the final payment will cover all remaining taxes and will be withdrawn around November 15th (taxes are due November 30th). You will receive an email reminding you of each payment before they are withdrawn. Convenience fees apply. You can discontinue the program at anytime by contacting the treasures office at (435-738-1190) or instant payments at (800-764-0844). the program will carry over to the next year automatically unless you notify the treasures office or instant payments. (This is not an option for current taxes due for 2017)
Property Tax Payments Online
To insure you make a payment in full using the online system please contact our office at (435) 738-1190 in regards to delinquent tax payments.
In the middle or late part of February the Treasurer’s office mails out coupon booklets to taxpayers who request them (email us to request coupons or let us know you no longer need them). These coupons help taxpayers to make monthly, optional prepayments and avoid a large tax bill in November. Coupons can be mailed in or dropped off at our office. Coupons are based on the last year’s taxes and divide it into 10 payments. The taxpayer receives 9 coupons to be paid Feb to October with any remaining tax appearing on the November tax bill. Current year taxes are not finalized until September so the final payment will be different from the previous 9 payments. Instead of mailing in your prepayment checks, you can set up automatic monthly payments from your bank account or credit card see above.
The Treasurer’s function is to bill and collect real property tax, and invest, safeguard, and disburse revenue from all property tax collections.
o Bill and collect Real Property Taxes.
o Disburse taxes to Taxing Entities, such as School, City entities, Water District, etc.
o Process refunds of overpaid property taxes.
o Publish a listing of delinquent taxes on an annual basis.
o Custodian of all county funds and receives and disburses them upon proper authorization of County Council, Auditor and Assessor.
o Serve as investment officer of the County, handling all monies collected through the Clerk-Auditor, Assessor, Recorder, Justice Court, and other departments in the County.
o Maintain an accounting of the receipts and expenditures of all county monies.
Other Available Services and Information
We are happy to point you in the right direction for services that we do not provide.
Market Values - We do not determine market values of your property; this is handled through the Assessor’s Office.
Tax Rates - We do not determine tax rate(s); this is handled by the Clerk/Auditor’s Office and State Tax Commission through the annual budgeting process.
Tax Levy - Real Property Taxes are Levied by the Clerk/Auditor’s Office.
Personal Property - Personal Property Taxes (mobile homes, businesses, airplanes, etc.) are billed and collected by the Assessor’s Office.
Appeals - Determinations regarding appeals of property values are handled through the County Board of Equalization. See the Assessor’s Office webpage.