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After the hearing for the property tax appeal the information reducing your tax bill is sent from the Assessor’s Office to the County Auditor's Office. The change may result in a payment surplus or a commissioners’ refund.
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You may call your mortgage company or your escrow agent to confirm payment. You may also call the County Treasurer’s Office at 574-235-9531 to obtain confirmation of payment.
You will receive one mailing each year, which will include both Spring and Fall Installment billings.
Understanding Your Tax Bill
In a normal year, there are two installment payment due dates prescribed by the statute:
The original title must be brought into the Treasurer’s Office. All taxes, current and past due, must be paid prior to obtaining the permit.
Payments need to be made by cash or money order for an immediate Mobile Home Permit. If payment is made by check a two-week wait is required.
Categories include Homestead Credit and Mortgage, Blind or Disabled, Over 65, Energy System, and Disabled Veteran.
Most taxpayers can view a tax history of their property on our website. Once you locate your property you will see general information, billing information, tax overview and tax history.
Once settlement takes place, letters notifying taxpayers of an available surplus refund are sent out, from the County Treasurer’s Office, to all those who have surplus funds greater than $5.00 on an individual property. The letter contains the amount of surplus and information about collection of the surplus from the County Auditor’s Office.
Mail property tax payments to: St. Joseph County Treasurer P.O. Box 4758 South Bend, IN. 46634
Payments made in person can be made at: St. Joseph County Treasurer's Office 227 West Jefferson Boulevard County-City Building, 2nd Floor South Bend, IN. 46601
227 W Jefferson Blvd, County-City Building, South Bend, IN. 46601
Yes, by visiting: enoticesonline.com/index.php/stj