LOGAN – The November 30 property tax deadline falls on a Saturday this year and with the Thanksgiving holiday on the last Thursday of the month, there are fewer days to pay your taxes in person.
“My concern is that we’ve got a lot of people that haven’t paid those taxes,” said Craig McAllister, Cache County Treasurer.
County offices are closed from November 28 – December 1. Because the tax deadline falls on a Saturday, you can still pay your taxes on December 2. However, McAllister is warning there will be long lines if you wait until that Monday.
“There are almost 50,000 parcels in the valley and we have thousands that are still outstanding,” he said.
McAllister said there are several options for residents who don’t want to pay their taxes in person:
- Mail a check postmarked no later than December 2.
- Pay online at www.cachecounty.org/treasurer. Pay by E-check (no fee), by debit ($3.95) or by credit (2.45%).
- Pay by phone. 1-877-690-3729 and USE JURISDICTION CODE: 3412.
McAllister stresses the easiest and quickest way to pay your taxes is (ON-LINE) by E-check and hopes more residents will take advantage of that option.
“Cache County is a wonderful place to live. It is a beautiful place and it does cost money for our streets, roads and services that as citizens we demand,” he said.
McAllister suggests reading the information, front and back, on the tax notice you received in the mail. He said it will answer most of your questions.