County Mails Tax Bills - Offers Many Payment Methods

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CLEVELAND – This week, the Cuyahoga County Treasurer’s office began mailing out property tax bills, along with information on the various automated payment options. There are currently seven options for paying property taxes; on-line, by phone, in person, drop boxes, curbside drop off (July 8-9 8:30am to 4:30pm, July 10 8:00am to 7:00pm), banks, and by mail. The preferred methods of payment from the Treasurer’s Office are on-line and by phone to avoid long lines. The last day to pay without penalty is Wednesday, July 10, 2013. 

"It is the goal of the Treasury Department of Cuyahoga County to assure that we serve our taxpayers well, therefore we have identified multiple options for them to pay. We will continue to automate and make interfacing with our office easier and more efficient. Our new web applications are an attempt to expand upon the services we offer and make every transaction with the Treasurer's office more user friendly,” says Mark A. Parks, Jr., Cuyahoga County Treasurer. 

Cuyahoga County residents have the option to opt in to the new email service, which will allow taxpayers to receive important due date notices, the latest Cuyahoga County news, programs, services and announcements. The goal of the email service is to eventually send tax bills via email in the near future. 

Taxpayers needing assistance paying delinquent taxes can go on-line and complete a request form to find out if they are eligible for a Delinquent Payment Plan. Once taxpayers complete the on-line request, they will receive an email reply within one business day on whether or not they have the option of setting up an installment plan. 

For a detailed list of options and additional information for submitting payment for property taxes, please visit

To signup for the new email service or to find out if you are eligible for a Delinquent Payment Plan, please visit