Find Sayre Alabama treasurer, tax collector, tax assessor, and property assessor offices. Treasurers and tax collectors provide information on property searches, tax bills, property liens, tax assessed values, and deductions.
Jefferson - Birmingham Division Alabama Tax Collector's Office 716 Richard Arrington Junior Boulevard North Birmingham AL 35203 16.3 miles from Sayre 205-325-5500
Jefferson - Bessemer Division County Revenue Commissioner's Office 1803 3rd Avenue North Bessemer AL 35020 21.5 miles from Sayre 205-481-4127
Treasurer & Tax Collector Offices in Sayre, AL are responsible for the financial management of government funds, processing and issuing Sayre tax bills, and the collection of Sayre personal and real property taxes. Treasurers & Tax Collectors are key departments in the broader Sayre government.You may contact the Treasurer & Tax Collector Offices for questions about:
Treasurer & Tax Collection Offices make public Sayre property records available upon request. The Office provides access to records including, historical property tax rates, property tax payment and bill history, as well as Sayre GIS maps, tax maps, property boundary maps, and plat maps.Tax Collection
Sayre Tax Collectors issue tax bills, collect and process property tax payments for real and personal property, and follow up with delinquent tax payments for taxpayers in Sayre, AL. The Sayre Tax Collection Office is also responsible for collection of County taxes as well as licensing fees, utility fees, and fines assessed by the local government.Treasury Responsibilities
Sayre Treasurer's Offices receive, disburse and manage government income. The Accounts Payable Dept of the Treasurer's Office reviews, approves and makes payment for government received invoices, and maintains a record of the local government's income and expenditures. The Treasurer is also tasked with approving payments for individuals employed by the local Sayre, Alabama government system.
Treasurers are also responsible for management of excess cash received by the Sayre government and maximizing returns on liquidity for government invested funds, including pension and pooled municipal funds of the greater government.