Method of Payment

Taxes are due every year on the first of October and are delinquent after December 31. If a person does not receive a tax bill in October they should call the Revenue Commissioner's office to find out why. We may have an incorrect address, etc. It is the taxpayer's responsibility to make sure his/her taxes are paid. The Revenue Commissioner is not required to send out tax bills. Tax notices are mailed as a courtesy to the taxpayer. Payments may be made as follows:

1. You may come to the Revenue Commissioner's office and pay by cash, check or money order, debt/credit card.

2. You may pay by mailing a check or money order to:

Eva Middlebrooks, Revenue Commissioner 125 North Broadnax Street, Room 106 Dadeville, AL 36853

3. If your taxes are escrowed, ask your mortgage company to pay your bill.

If you purchased property during the year, you need to make sure the taxes are paid. The tax bill will usually be in the previous owner's name. You are responsible for taxes on all property you own, no matter how the tax bill may be listed.

4.  Online:

5.  By Phone:  1-855-817-4008

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