Property Tax Bills Delayed, Deadline Extended

For 2019, property tax bills will be postmarked by December 3, 2019, and first-half or complete payments will be due on December 10, 2019. Payments will be considered delinquent if received after January 10, 2020.

Deputy County Treasurer Carol Taulbee discussed this issue with Scott Michlin on KSJE, Thursday, October 17, 2019

From San Juan County

Monday, October 28, 2019

San Juan County residents can expect a delay in property tax bills in 2019, due dates have been moved to accommodate the change.

Because of a new state law (HB407), some school districts will have mill levy questions on the November 5th ballot. The outcome of the election will affect taxes and tax bills may not be mailed until the election results are in, and bills are processed.

For 2019, property tax bills will be postmarked by December 3, 2019, and first-half or complete payments will be due on December 10, 2019. Payments will be considered delinquent if received after January 10, 2020.

Second-half payments remain the same, due April 10, 2020, and considered delinquent if not postmarked by May 10, 2020.

For taxpayers who plan to deduct interest on the 2019 income tax return, taxes must be paid by December 31, 2019.

For questions, please call the San Juan County Treasurer’s Office at (505) 334-9421.

Remember, you can find more information, sign up to receive your tax bill in your email, or pay online at SJCounty.net

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