Find 04640 treasurer, tax collector, tax assessor, and property assessor. Treasurers and tax collectors provide information on property searches, tax bills, property liens, tax assessed values, and deductions.
Ellsworth Tax Collector 1 City Hall Avenue Ellsworth ME 04605 7.0 miles from 04640 207-669-6634
Hancock County Treasurer's Office 50 State Street Ellsworth ME 04605 7.0 miles from 04640 207-667-8272
Bar Harbor Tax Collector 93 Cottage Street Bar Harbor ME 04609 10.0 miles from 04640 207-288-5096
Deer Isle Tax Collector 70 Church Street Deer Isle ME 04627 28.5 miles from 04640 207-348-6060
Orrington Tax Collector 29 Center Drive Orrington ME 04474 30.1 miles from 04640 207-825-3340
Brewer City Tax Collector 80 North Main Street Brewer ME 04412 30.1 miles from 04640 207-989-7060
Bangor Treasurer 73 Harlow Street Bangor ME 04401 30.7 miles from 04640 207-992-4290
Penobscot County Treasurer's Office 97 Hammond Street Bangor ME 04401 30.7 miles from 04640 207-942-8535
Orono Tax Collector 59 Main Street Orono ME 04473 31.2 miles from 04640 207-866-2556
Waldo County Treasurer 73 Church Street Belfast ME 04915 36.1 miles from 04640 207-338-1710
Waldo County Treasurer's Office 39B Spring Street Belfast ME 04915 36.2 miles from 04640 207-338-3282
Newburgh Town Tax Collector 2660 Western Avenue Newburgh ME 04444 38.4 miles from 04640 207-234-4151
Troy Tax Collector 129 Rogers Road Troy ME 04987 49.1 miles from 04640 207-948-2283
Knox County Treasurer's Office 62 Union Street Rockland ME 04841 50.1 miles from 04640 207-594-0421
Rockland Treasurer 270 Pleasant Street Rockland ME 04841 51.1 miles from 04640 207-594-0301
Tax Collectors will generally accept cash, personal checks, and credit card payments. Many will also offer online payments using electronic checks, credit cards, or PayPal. It is common for a convenience charge to be added to online payments.
Special assessments are additional charges on a property, which are usually associated with a public improvement that benefits certain property owners, such as a sewer assessment. Special assessments are usually added to the owner's property tax bill.
Supplemental tax bills are additional property tax bills that result from a re-appraisal of a property, usually because of a transfer of ownership or a physical improvement or expansion to the property. If the reappraisal determines that additional taxes are owed, a supplemental tax bill is issued.