Pay Property Taxes

Pay Property Taxes

Pay Property Taxes Online in Lenoir County, North Carolina using this service!

FAQs

May I Make Partial Payments?

Partial payments are accepted in the Tax Collections Office. 

When are my taxes due and when does interest begin?

Property taxes are due and payable September 1st of the current year. On January 6th, taxes are considered delinquent and accrue interest at a rate of 2% for the month of January, plus 3/4 % each month thereafter. For payments which are mailed, interest and penalties are determined by the date of the U.S. Postal postmark; postal meter dates are not accepted. 

Will my taxes be going up this year?

The County's tax rate is set annually by the County Commissioners based on the budget needs of the county. Most property owners do not experience a tax increase unless there is a change to the property, a change in the parcel's tax exempt status or change in the tax rate. 

When can I appeal my current assessment?

You may appeal your assessment prior to the adjournment of the Board of Equalization and Review. Please contact the Jones County Tax Office at 252-448-2546 to schedule an informal appeal prior to March 1st. Appeals registered after March 1st may need to be heard formally by the Board of Equalization and Review. 

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Pay Property Taxes

Pay Property Taxes

Pay Property Taxes Online in Lenoir County, North Carolina using this service!

FAQs

May I Make Partial Payments?

Partial payments are accepted in the Tax Collections Office. 

When are my taxes due and when does interest begin?

Property taxes are due and payable September 1st of the current year. On January 6th, taxes are considered delinquent and accrue interest at a rate of 2% for the month of January, plus 3/4 % each month thereafter. For payments which are mailed, interest and penalties are determined by the date of the U.S. Postal postmark; postal meter dates are not accepted. 

Will my taxes be going up this year?

The County's tax rate is set annually by the County Commissioners based on the budget needs of the county. Most property owners do not experience a tax increase unless there is a change to the property, a change in the parcel's tax exempt status or change in the tax rate. 

When can I appeal my current assessment?

You may appeal your assessment prior to the adjournment of the Board of Equalization and Review. Please contact the Jones County Tax Office at 252-448-2546 to schedule an informal appeal prior to March 1st. Appeals registered after March 1st may need to be heard formally by the Board of Equalization and Review. 

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