Boone county property tax payment

Boone county property tax payment DEFAULT


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Amy Jenkins

Boone County Collector

P.O. Box 1152
Harrison, AR 72602
(870) 741-6646 Office
(870) 741-5838 Fax
[email protected] 

[email protected] 



Paying Property and Real Estate Taxes in Boone County, Arkansas

After making your assessment in Boone County, taxes become due and payable from March 1st to October 15th the following year. Taxes are paid 1 year behind in the State of Arkansas.



Statements are to be mailed out by July 1st of each year. If you move, it is your responsibility to notify us of your new address. Not receiving a statement does not excuse you from paying your taxes or being assessed late penalties/interest.

You may choose to receive your statement electronically. Contact 870-741-6646 to update to an email copy.


Partial Payments

You can make partial payments on current taxes only. Personal Property must be paid in full prior to Real Estate Taxes.

Different ways to Pay:

• By Mail:

Make payable to: Boone County Tax Collector
P.O. Box 1152
Harrison, AR 72602-1152
Include your Tax ID and a self addressed, stamped envelope to receive a receipt


• In Person:

201 N Main (the Old Federal Building)
Harrison, AR 72601


• By Phone: 1-866-257-2055 County Code 5

• Mobile Payment (Smart Phone): 

• Online at: 

The accepted payment method is with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover credit card, or an eCheck. (An eCheck is a method of debiting the funds electronically from your checking account just as you would write a check)

The total amount will be adjusted to allow for the electronic processing of the transaction through the state's eGovernment service provider,

Processing Fee is charged by and no part of the fee is remitted to the Boone County Collector.


Delinquent Taxes

Your taxes will be delinquent after October 15th and you will receive a 10% penalty after that date. If your Real Estate taxes become 2 years delinquent they will be certified to the State of Arkansas and can only be redeemed through the Commissioner of State Lands.

  • Commissioner of State Lands 109 State Capitol Building Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 324-9422 or Fax (501) 324-9421


Doing Research? 

From the convenience of your office or home you can research property sales histories, commercial and residential building descriptions and legal descriptions. This is the easiest way to access Arkansas county property information and the service is free.


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Boone County Property Tax Bills are collected by Boone County Sheriff, Michael A. Helmig.


  • The Sheriff’s Office is open Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For the convenience of the taxpayers, Sheriff Helmig will have his office open on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to Noon during the month of October.
  • Make checks payable to Boone County Sheriff, Michael A. Helmig for the exact amount due as indicated on the front of your bill. Payments must be made in full; we cannot accept partial payments.
  • Remember to include the remittance portion of your bill.
  • There will be a $50.00 fee for ALL CHECKS RETURNED for any reason (i.e. insufficient funds, closed accounts, etc.).
  • For your convenience, you can now Pay Your Tax Bill Online. We accept credit and debit cards (subject to transaction fee of 2.5% +.30) as well as e–checks (.50 transaction fee).

Check the payment status of your tax bill using the applicable link at the top of this page. For other questions regarding the payment of your tax bill, please call (859) 334–2175.

Taxable Value of Your Property

If you have questions about the assessed or taxable value of your property, please contact the PVA Office at (859) 334-2181, or visit the Boone County PVA Website

If you wish to dispute the assessed value of your property you may do so online from October 1st–May 1st at Boone County PVA Appeals or you may call or e–mail to set up a conference at either (859) 334–4817 or [email protected] Once you submit your information someone from the PVA office will contact you to hold a conference. Any taxpayer desiring to appeal an assessment on real property made by the PVA must first have a conference with the PVA office.

Homestead or Disability Exemption

If you are or will be 65 years of age during this current year, own and occupy this home as your primary residence, and the homestead exemption amount of $40,500 does not appear on the front of your tax bill, please contact the PVA Office at (859) 334‑2181, before paying your tax bill.

If you are 100% totally and permanently disabled, receiving disability benefits, own and occupy this home as your primary residence, and the disability exemption amount of $40,500 does not appear on the front of your tax bill, please contact the PVA Office at (859) 334–2181, before paying your tax bill. PLEASE NOTE: Disabled persons younger than 65 years of age must apply annually for this exemption with the exception of service-related disabled veterans of the United States Armed Forces.

For other property tax bill related information please call (859) 334–2175

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Treasurer’s Office

Pay at the Treasurer’s Office

The Boone County Treasurer’s Office is the collection agency for Boone County Tax Revenue. Office hours are 8am – 4pm, Monday through Friday. Courthouse offices are closed on legal holidays and Election Day. Our office is located on the second floor of the historic County Courthouse in downtown Lebanon. In office payment options: Cash, Personal Checks, Cashier Checks, Certified Checks, Money Orders. Credit/Debit card payments are only accepted on our website – see the MAKE A PAYMENT link below.

Pay by mail

Mail must be postmarked by the due date. Postmark does not mean the date printed by a postage meter that affixes postage to the envelope or package per IC 6-1.1-37.10. Returned, delayed, lost, or mis-directed mail may become delinquent. Please ensure the mailing address is complete and accurate, obtain proof of mailing date, and use the correct amount of postage. Pay by mail options include: Personal Checks – Cashier Checks – Certified Checks – Money Orders. Credit/Debit card payments are only accepted on our website – see the MAKE A PAYMENT link below. Make checks payable to Boone County Treasurer and mail to:

 Boone County Treasurer

209 Courthouse Square

Lebanon, IN 46052

On-Line Payment Options

To pay on-line, please click the secure MAKE A PAYMENT link below. On-line payment companies charge processing fees for their services. The following fees apply:

Credit Cards: 2.95% or $1.95 minimum

 If you do not wish to pay the above-stated fees – DO NOT utilize one of these payment options.

Make a Payment

Phone Payment Options

Call 1-877-886-1892


Payment Options

We have the following payment options available to you when paying your Boone County property taxes or vehicle fees. Please choose a method of payment that will be convenient for you and will give you the best assurance that your payment will arrive on time. If you choose to mail your payment, make sure that you have a proper U.S. Postal Service postmark.
• Mail
• Pay in Person
• Pay Online 
    o Property Tax 
    o Motor Vehicle 

Property tax and vehicle renewal payments can be made by check or money order.  DO NOT SEND CASH or CREDIT CARD information by mail.
Make checks or money order payable to: Lauren Novak, Boone County Treasurer
Mail payment to:

Boone County Treasurer
% Tax Division
201 State Street Suite 100                                                                                                                                                                                                      Boone, IA 50036

Boone County Treasurer
% Vehicle Division
201 State Street Suite 100
Boone, IA 50036

Payment Types:
We accept personal check*, cash, MasterCard Debit and Credit Card*, Discover Credit Card* and Visa Debit and Credit Card*.

*Any type of returned payment will have an additional $30 returned item fee.  


Payment boone county property tax


At your bank: All of the banks in Boone County accept property tax payments on our behalf.  Click here for a list of bank locations. Bring your entire bill if you want it stamped to show proof of payment.

By mail: Send your check with the payment stub to the Boone County Treasurer at the address above.  Your payment must be postmarked on or before the due date.

Online bill pay: If your bank offers online bill payment, enter your property number as the vendor account number so we can properly record your payment.  We cannot be responsible for payments received with no property number reference.

Online by credit card, debit card or e-checkClick here to go to the shopping cart.  Convenience fees of up to 2.5% will be added to your total at checkout.  We cannot accept credit/debit cards in our office or by phone.

At our office in the Boone County Administration Campus, 1212 Logan Avenue, Belvidere, IL (cash, check, cashier’s check or money order) office hours are 8:30am – 5:00pm Monday – Friday. Bring your entire bill if you want it stamped to show proof of payment.

Drop box: If you can’t make it to the Treasurer’s Office by closing time, just drop your payment in the envelope depository on the east side of the building after hours. Please use an envelope and include the payment stub.

Make checks payable to:
Boone County Treasurer

The Treasurer's Office is now located in the new Boone County Administration Campus.

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