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If you have received a delinquent tax notice and your mortgage company pays your taxes, you must contact your mortgage company.
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There is a 10-day grace period after the due date of property tax and sewer utility bills. If payment is not received by the 10th of the month that the bill is due, it is delinquent and a delinquent notice will be mailed. If the 10th falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Township holiday, payment is due by the next business day.
Delinquent tax notices list the type of delinquency, taxes, sewer or municipal assessment with the interest charge and the grand total due. Interest is calculated on the delinquent notice up to a certain date that is indicated on the notice. If payment is received in the Tax Collector's Office by the close of the day indicated on the notice, the amount reflected on the notice is the amount that should be submitted. If payment is made after the indicated date, call the HamStat Call Center at 586-0311 so that your interest can be recalculated.
Please contact the Call Center at 586-0311 with any questions you may have about your delinquent notice.
Pay property or sewer tax online.
If paying in person, personal check, cash or money order is accepted.
It is listed on the delinquency notice that payment can be made through the website.
If you receive a Tax Sale Notice, all payments, as stated on this notice, need to be certified check, cash or money order.
After the 10-day grace period, unpaid property tax and sewer charges become delinquent and are subject to interest charges of 8% on amounts under $1500.00 and 18% on amounts over $1500.00.
If payment was submitted recently, the delinquent notice and payment may have crossed in the mail. Please submit citizen service request (select request type "Taxes"; and "Payment Status") or contact HamStat at 609-586-0311 for verification that your payment was received.