Letter from the Treasurer
The Treasurer's Office is the property tax collector for Benton County and the Cities, School Districts, Fire Departments, and all the other taxing authorities in the County. Property Taxes are levied on the property by the various taxing authorities based on the valuation and current property usage as set by the Assessor's Office.
As the "banker" for Benton County, the County Treasurer's Office is also responsible for collecting all other money other County departments collect such as fees for services, licenses, and revenues from bond issues and special assessments.
As your Treasurer, I value your opinion and will consider it in establishing policies, designing services and updating our service to you. If we have let you down, please tell me. If you are pleased, I would like to hear that too.
Benton County Treasurer
New - A letter was recently mailed to all taxpayers currently
receiving electronic property tax statements through doxo. The Treasurer's Office has recently selected a new vendor to provide Benton County Taxpayers with electronic property tax statements. As a result of this change, your Benton County tax statements will no longer be provided through the doxo website. We are quite excited about the enhanced capabilities of the new electronic statement option provided through eNoticesOnline. The letter you received includes instructions for creating a new account. Go to www.enoticesonline.com and sign up today! Creating an account is quick and simple. Please use the Help Portal through the eNoticesOnline website if you need assistance setting up your account.
New - The 2014 Foreclosure Sale occurred on November 4th-5th. Click here to view the results of the sale.
Property taxes not paid in full by October 31st will incur a 1% penalty on the 1st of each month until the balance is paid in full. 2014 property taxes that are delinquent as of December 1st will receive an additional 8% penalty.
The 2013 Citizen's Report has been issued. Click here to view the report.
Benton County's Credit Rating was upgraded on July 2, 2014 from "AA" to "AA+". To read the Press Release click here.
Columbia and Kiona Irrigation assessments are now included on the property tax statements. Benton Irrigation sent a separate statement.