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Pay your Victoria County, Texas property tax bills online using this service.

FAQs

What are other options to make my property tax payment?

Methods of Payment accepted are: Cash, Check, Money Order, Cashier's Check, Travelers Check and Credit Card.A $30.00 service charge will be added to any check returned by your bank for any reason.

How to make online payment with a credit card?

Search for the Property using search criteria Click on the Property in the search result to open the details Click on the Bills tab in the details. You should see the total taxes due in the box on right side. To pay full amount, simply click Pay My Bills. To make Partial Payment, click on Make a Partial Payment, enter the custom amount, and then click on Pay My Bills. A warning window will open to confirm the payment amount Click Continue. You will then be redirected to the On-line Payments website. Next fill in the required information including your payment information, then Click Continue. Then verify your billing information and select the process payment option. If the transaction is successful you will be given a confirmation number/receipt. Print the confirmation number/receipt for your records and the transaction is complete.

What is the penalty if i don't pay them in time?

If property taxes are delinquent, property owners can make installment payments. The property owner must sign an installment agreement with the delinquent tax attorneys.

When are property taxes due?

Property tax bills are mailed on October 1st or as soon thereafter as possible to the owner of record (as of January 1). Taxes are due upon receipt. Any tax not paid before February 1 will be considered delinquent and begin accruing penalty and interest. If you do not receive your tax statement by the middle of October, call the tax office. If you mail a check for payment of your taxes, please return the original statement(s) if possible. If not returning statement(s) be sure to write account number(s) on your check. If you mail your payment for your taxes, be sure to have the envelope postmarked by January 31st or before. If you mail late in the day on January 31st, the Post Office may postmark your envelope February 1st and it will be considered late and will be charged penalty and interest. Pay by January 31st to avoid accruing penalty and interest charges. The tax collector does not have legal authority to forgive or waive any penalty or interest charge on an unpaid tax. Penalty is imposed at the statutory rate of 6% on penalty on the 1st day of the delinquency month, and will increase 1% on the 1st day each month thereafter, reaching 12% maximum on July 1st. Interest is imposed at the statutory rate of 1% on the 1st day of delinquency and will increase 1% each month thereafter.

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