Our office accepts the following types of payment:
eCheck ($1.50 service fee)
Credit/Debit Card (2.5% service fee)
If you pay by mail, you will not receive a receipt for your property tax payment unless you request one. If you would like a receipt, please attach a note with your payment.
Property Taxes in Wyoming become due and are billed September 1 of each year.
Taxes may be paid either in halves or in full.
If paid in halves:
The first half of the taxes become delinquent on November 11.
The second half of the taxes become delinquent on May 11 of the subsequent year.
If paid in full:
The entire tax must be paid by December 31.
For example, the 2016 taxes are billed on September 1, 2016. The first half of the taxes are delinquent on November 11, 2016, and the second half become delinquent on May 11, 2017. However, if the entire tax is paid by December 31, 2016, all interest on the first half is waived.
Mortgage Company Payments
Wyoming statute requires that the Treasurer's office send a statement to all property owners even if a mortgage company pays their taxes.
If you received a bill in the mail and your taxes are escrowed, it is for informational purposes only. Your mortgage company will contact our office at the time taxes are due for the total amount owed.
If you are unsure whether your property taxes are escrowed or not, please contact your mortgage company.