The Tax Collector's Office provides billing and collection of real estate, personal property, and motor vehicle taxes. Taxes are billed and collected semi-annually on real estate and annually on motor vehicles and personal property.
THE NEXT STEP IN THE PROCESS....
At this time, all delinquent motor vehicle and business personal property tax bills have been sent on to our collection agency, Rossi Law. If you get a letter from that law firm, it is not a scam. They are the contracted agency to continue the collection process.
Business personal property bills have been liened with the office of the Secretary of the State. The lien has been placed on the business, the business owner, or both.
Your online payment will not result in an immediate release of the DMV registration hold! Online payments do not post to your account for approximately 3 business days. For an immediate release, you need to pay your delinquent bills in cash or cash equivalent (cashier's check or money order).
Release At DMV
Follow the 10-3-1-0 Rule!!
- 10-Day Hold on Personal Checks,
- 3-Day Hold On Online Payments,
- 1 Day Hold On Payments To The Rossi Law Office,
- 0-Day Hold On Cash Payments or Certified Checks.
If you need an immediate release at DMV, please let us know!
(Payments through our authorized collection agency, Rossi Law Office, can be made by credit card without additional credit card fees. There is a 24 hour hold on ALL payments made to the collection agency. Please take this into consideration if you need a DMV release.)
*A drop box has been placed at the back entrance of Town Hall.
*Tax payments or other mail for Town Hall departments may be placed in the box.
*Please remember that items placed in the drop box are not dated or time-stamped so if you have a
time-sensitive event, please make sure that there is a postmark or other date-specific,
legal marking on your item; otherwise, you should mail the item so that it has a legal postmark.
*Please, no cash payments in the drop box!