TREASURER - TAX COLLECTOR

Contact Information


Location

Teton County Courthouse
150 Courthouse Drive - Room 219
Driggs, ID   83422

Mailing
150 Courthouse Drive - Room 219
Driggs, ID   83422

Other
208-354-2254 (phone)
208-354-8757 (fax)
treasurer@co.teton.id.us

Hours
Monday - Friday: 9 - 5

 

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TETON COUNTY TREASURER
 

The Teton County Treasurer and staff are here to assist you and help you understand the tax process. Please contact us at: 208-354-2254 or treasurer@co.teton.id.us, if you have questions. 

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

 

 June 20th SECOND-HALF 2016 PROPERTY TAX DUE

  • Please note - Payments not postmarked by this date will accrue late charge and interest.

 

June 21st

  • Late fee and interest are assessed on tax payments not paid by June 20th.  The late fee is 2% and the interest is 1% per month, retroactively accruing from January 1, 2016.

 

4th Monday in June 
  • Last day to appeal current year's assessed property values.

 

JULY 10th 10:00AM TAX DEED TO THE COUNTY
  • Certified Check or Cash Only
  • Payment due to include tax amount owed and additional charges for pulishing newspaper notice
 
Mid-July
  • Deliquent tax notices are sent.

 

Mid-November 

  • Tax bills for current year are sent.

 

 If any of the due dates fall on a weekend or holiday,
taxes are due by the end of the next business day.

 

HOW AND WHERE TO PAY YOUR TAXES

  • Pay in person:  9 am to 5 pm, Monday - Friday, excluding Federal Holidays
 
                    Teton County Treasurer
                150 Courthouse Drive
                Suite 219
                Driggs, ID 83422
 
  • Pay by mail: Send to address above.  Please include your payment stub to help us process your tax payment efficiently.
   
  •  Pay over the phone: 208-354-2254

 

 
 
Fees apply for phone and web payments:
  • E-check fees: $2.00 per transaction
  • VISA Debit Card fees: $3.95 per transaction
  • Credit Card or Master Card Debit Card fees: 2.5% of the amount paid
Payments for multiple parcels may be paid in one transaction.

 
 
PROPERTY OWNER AND TAXPAYER RESPONSIBILITES
Be aware of important deadlines:
 
  • Mid-November - Current year tax bills mailed
  • December 20th - FIRST HALF TAX PAYMENT DUE
  • April 15th - Application deadline for Hardship Tax Relief or Circuit Breaker Program
  • April 15th - Application deadline for Homeowner's Exemption
  • June 20th - SECOND HALF TAX PAYMENT DUE
  • Last Monday in June - Last day to appeal current year's property values.
 
Taxpayer is responsible to ensure taxes are paid:
 
  • FAILURE TO RECEIVE A TAX BILL DOES NOT EXCUSE THE PROPERTY OWNER FROM BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TAXES ON THEIR PROPERTY, INCLUDING ASSESSED LATE FEES, INTEREST AND OTHER COSTS.  (Idaho code 63-902(9)
Taxpayer is responsible for record keeping:
 
  • Proof of payment is the responsibility of the taxpayer  (Idaho Code 63-1306(2).  The taxpayer is responsible for keeping accurate records of tax payments.
 
Taxpayers are encouraged to pay their taxes early:  
  • To avoid late fees and interest, pay before the deadlines.  Pre-payment and payment plans are welcome.
 
When mailing your tax payment:
  • Include your payment stub from your tax bill, to help us process your payment efficiently.
  • Be sure the envelope is USPO postmarked before or on the due date.  A post office cancellation is considered the filing date. A postage meter is not an acceptable post office cancellation mark. (Idaho Code 63-217).
  • If mailing, close to the payment due date, we strongly suggest that you go to the counter at your local Post Office and ask that the envelope be postmarked that day. 

Notify the Assessor’s Office whenever your mailing address changes.

Notify the Assessor’s Office before you transfer, sell or move a manufactured home.

Teton County Assessor's Office
Email: bbeard@co.teton.id.us or Phone: 208-354-3507

 

 
 
 
 
 

 


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