TAX Notice - Public Service Announcement



Pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes 42-18051, the assessment and tax roll of Gila County for the year 2012 is now in our possession for collection on one half of the taxes on all personal property secured by real property and one half on ALL REAL PROPERTY due and payable the first day of October, 2012.

 UNLESS the total amount is ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS or LESS, in which case the full amount of the taxes are due and PAYABLE on October 1st, 2012.

 The first half taxes becomes DELINQUENT AT 5: OO P.M. on November 1st, 2012. Interest will be added to the first half taxes at the rate of one and one third (1 1/3) percent per month, increasing the first day of each month.

The remaining one half of such taxes, if any, will be due and payable on the first day of March 1, 2013, and become DELINQUENT on May 1, 2013, at 5:00 P.M., and interest will be added in the same manner as the first half.

ALL TAXES may be paid at the time the first installment is due and payable, but unless paid prior to November 1st, 2012, interest will be charged on the first half as stated above. FULL YEAR TAX, if paid on or before December 31, 2012, no interest will be charged per A.R.S. 42- 18053.

NO OTHER DEMAND FOR TAXES IS NECESSARY. Every person subject to taxation shall pay their taxes before they become delinquent to the Treasurer of Gila County.

Payments can be made at the office of the Gila County Treasurer, 1400 E. Ash, Globe, Az. or mail to Gila County Treasurer, P.O. Box 1093, Globe, Arizona 85502.

Any question relative to the authority for property taxation, the definition of taxable property or the criteria in determining the classification and extent to which it is taxed should be directed to your State Legislative Representative.

 Any question regarding the name and address, legal descriptions, on your tax statements or questions relative to appraisal techniques should be directed to your Gila County Assessor, Mr. Dale Hom, at (928) 425-3231 ext. 8710.

 Any questions relative to the amount of taxes should be directed to the Governing Bodies of the State of Arizona and its political subdivisions (State, County, School Districts, Cities, Fire Districts, and Improvement District, etc.)

Any questions relative to the manner in which the property taxes are collected, and subsequently distributed or invested should be directed to the undersigned. You can also go to left side of the screen under Parcel Search.