The Coconino County Treasurer's Office is ready for another tax season. We are committed to excellent customer service for all taxpayers. You may notice a few changes with this year’s tax notices. We have new payment options, along with additional Mobile Service Days, and we have updated our website.
Sarah Benatar, Coconino County Treasurer
You may notice a few new changes with this year’s tax season. From easier online payment options, to new Mobile Site locations, we are constantly working to improve access to information and services.
Online Shopping Cart for Property Tax Payments
Paying your property taxes online just got easier. You can now add multiple parcels to your shopping cart, customize the amounts you want to pay, and review your payment history to our office.
From October 1 to October 30 the Treasurer's Office will be providing services from the Flagstaff Mall in partnership with the County Recorder's Office. We will be next door to JCPenney, M-F, 10am - 4pm.
For more details visit www.coconino.az.gov/mobileservices
PayPal Now Accepted
You can now use your PayPal account and Venmo balance to pay your property taxes.
Taxing Jurisdiction Updates
Paying Your Property Taxes
You can pay your property taxes online, in person, by mail, by phone, or at one of our Mobile Site locations. To learn more, click here.
When Are Taxes Due
First Half - November 1, 2018
Second Half - May 1, 2019
Full Year - December 31, 2018
If your taxes due are $100 or less - December 31, 2018
For payment plans please contact our office at (928) 679-8188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All payments must be completed or postmarked by the due dates to avoid interest.
View Property Tax Records
You can view your property tax records, including payment history, view receipts, and review property values easily online. Click here to be taken to our online portal.
Mobile Services Information
The Treasurer's Office is partnering once again with the County Assessor and Recorder Office's in providing general county services closer to you! This fall we will be in Fredonia, Page, Williams, Sedona, and throughout Flagstaff offering our services. No cash accepted at mobile sites. Click here for up to date information on site locations and what to bring.
Tax Jurisdictions in Coconino County
Flagstaff Unified School District
As a result of Senate Bill 1529, tax payers residing within the boundaries of Flagstaff Unified School District will notice a new line item on their tax bill called SD#1 Desegregation. For more information, including what desegregation funds are, and what they are used for, click here.
Flood Control District
In May 2018 the FCD Board of Directors affirmed the boundaries of the District to ensure that the District is established in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes. Based on a recent review of FCD policies by independent legal counsel, the FCD boundaries must match the boundaries of Coconino County and include all taxable properties within it. The Flood Control District tax must be levied on all taxable properties within the County including the municipalities of Flagstaff, Fredonia and Page that administer their own floodplains and have been exempt from FCD taxation since the Flood Control District was formed in 1984.
This means that the Flood Control District tax will now appear on all tax bills within Flagstaff, Page and Fredonia. Coconino County is now taxing all private and commercial properties within all municipalities consistent with Arizona’s 14 other counties who all assess flood control district taxes on all properties within their boundaries (irrespective of floodplain administration).
Other Taxing Jurisdiction Information
For more information about the Treasurer’s Office, property taxes, and property tax collection options please click here.