Tax Sale Registration Closed
Registration for our 2021 annual tax sale has closed. Please check back summer of 2022 for registration information on our next tax sale.
** IMPORTANT **
Please provide a correct phone number and email address so that we may contact you before the sale.
Due to circumstances this year, our annual sale for delinquent taxes will be held online. Registration will be done online through a link on this page that will be posted prior to the tax sale. Registration for the sale will open September 9, 2021 and remain open until 5:00 pm on September 10, 2021.
After registration has closed, you will not be able to register for the sale this year. Someone from the Treasurer's Office will contact you between September 13, 2021 and September 15, 2021 for payment of the extra numbers you reserved and let you know your numbers. You may have up to 10 extra numbers besides your own at $20 each. Please make sure you list the correct phone number and email address so that we may contact you before the sale.
The lottery part of the sale will be done in the Treasurer's Office on September 16, 2021. This part of the procedure will be no different from past years. The Treasurer's staff will run the list of properties for your numbers and email that list to you. We highly encourage you use email for this, but if for some reason, you are unable to do so, you may come to the Treasurer's Office after noon on September 16, 2021 to pick up the list. You will have until 5:00 pm on September 16, 2021 to notify the the Treasurer's Office if you would like all of the properties on your list or if you will be giving some back.
Payment can be made through the mail or over the phone. If paying with credit card over the phone, please be aware that fees will apply. View credit card fees here. You may come into our office to pay for your liens, but you do not need to. If you do choose to visit the Treasurer's Office, we encourage you to practice social distancing and follow the recommended guidelines listed at all entrances.
The Treasurer's Office requires a current W-9 form for each lienholder. The Treasurer's Office can email one to you to complete and return with your payment or you can download one here (PDF). Certificates of Purchase will not be issued until the Treasurer's Office receives your W-9.
For more information on the tax sale process view the brochure (PDF).