The due date for the 2016 second installment real estate, tangible personal property and mobile home tax bills is Monday, Dec. 5, Gloucester Treasurer Tara L. Thomas said.
By law, payments made in the treasurer’s office by, or postmarked with date of Dec. 5, or before will be accepted as timely, Thomas said. Accounts remaining unpaid after Dec. 5 will be subject to additional charges as provided by state and county code.
Check your bills for completeness upon receipt, she said, and if you have not received your tax bill, contact the Treasurer’s Office immediately at 804-693-2141 or by e-mail at email@example.com. By law, failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the taxpayer of penalty and interest that will accrue for failure to pay by the due date.
Payment options include in person at the Treasurer’s Office (6489 Main Street in Gloucester County Office Building #2); by check or money order either by mail or in the drop-box near Office Building #2; ...
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