Clinton County Treasurer Carol Bartley mailed tax bills on April 12. Clinton County residents should be receiving them in the mail this week. Bartley said they are excited to announce that beginning in 2020, they will offer E-billing!! Taxpayers will receive an insert included in their tax statement with sign up information.
The basic statement format is the same:
Bartley said they will mail one time per year. Each statement contains 2 tear off coupons (1 for spring and 1 for fall). The Spring installment is due May 10 and Fall is Nov 12. If a taxpayer is using a bank to escrow their payments, they will receive a tax statement with the words “THIS IS NOT A BILL, FOR INFORMATION ONLY”. Taxpayers using escrow should not make a payment to the Treasurer’s office, and should contact their bank with any questions.
Taxpayers are reminded to bring all statements to the office when they pay, or include the coupon if mailing. Payment options include:
In the Treasurer’s office Monday – Friday 8 to 4
By mail – May 10 postmark is considered on-time
Drop Box on north side of courthouse
First Financial in Rossville (must have coupon)
On-line at clintonco.com
Payment options are also included on the statement, available online at clintonco.com or taxpayers can call with questions at 659-6325.
The Treasurer’s office sent 25409 statements for 2018 pay 2019 tax bills. The total of taxes billed is $36,866,815.60.