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 - The 2015 Property Tax Statements were mailed February 17th. We are anticipating the 2015 Mortgage Statements to be mailed Monday, February 23rd.
Additionally noted on your statement will be an option to sign-up for paperless billing. For help signing up, reference the insert included with your statement. If you have not received your statement by mid-March, please call our office for a new one to be mailed out.
New - All Drop Box locations are now open to accept property tax & irrigation payments. To find the nearest location, CLICK HERE.
To view and/or pay your taxes online, CLICK HERE.
The first half of property taxes are due by April 30th and will incur a 1% penalty on the 1st of each month thereafter until the balance is paid in full. 2015 property taxes that are delinquent as of June 1st will incur an additional 3% penalty.
Columbia and Kiona Irrigation assessments are now included on the property tax statements.
Benton Irrigation sent out their 2015 statements in late January.