• November 27, 2021
 City Reminds Residents: Property Tax Deadline January 31st, Offers Payment Options

City Reminds Residents: Property Tax Deadline January 31st, Offers Payment Options

The deadline to pay 2017 property taxes is Wednesday, January 31, 2018.

Property tax bills are mailed out every October and the payment is due by January 31st. Taxes become delinquent on February 1st.  Via a news release, city official said “Taxpayers are encouraged to pay before the deadline to avoid delinquent penalties and interest.”

Property tax bills may also be printed by visiting the Tax Office website and selecting “Pay Your Taxes.”  For more information, visit the Tax Office webiste, email the office via citytaxoffice@elpasotexas.gov, or call 212-0106

Payment options include:

  • Online or by phone at 212-0106
    • With credit card (with a 1.98% convenience fee)
    • With e-check
  • By mail – New mailing address
    • City of El Paso Tax Office PO. Box 2992 | El Paso, TX 79999-2992
  • ln person
    • City Tax Office, 221 N. Kansas, Ste. 300 (Wells Fargo Building, 3rd floor)
      • Open Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
    • County Tax Office locations
    • El Paso Wells Fargo locations (no drive through)
    • Mobile Bank at Central Appraisal Office, 5801 Trowbridge
    • Open January 29, January 30, and January 31, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Must have tax bill. Cash, checks, and money orders accepted.

As a reminder, effective August 1st of 2016, the City of El Paso will NO LONGER accept American Express Credit Cards as a form of payment. The City of El Paso will still accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover credit cards.

Effective October 1, 2013, current year tax bills with an amount due less than $5 are not being mailed except by owner request per Property Tax Code 31.01 (f).

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  • The property taxes in El Paso are outrageous! Last year, mine was $7,800. My realtor told me that is because half of Juarez attends school in El Paso and we have to pay for it.

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