How can I pay online and what are the fees?

Pay online with an eCheck or credit/debit card through Instant Payments. eChecks are free during tax season (Oct 15th - Dec 15th), the rest of the year there is a 49 cent fee charged by Instant Payments for each eCheck payment. Credit or debit card payments have a 2.5% fee ($2.50 minimum). A separate payment is needed for each parcel. Grand County receives no part of the fees which are collected by Instant Payments and which cover the cost of accepting credit/debit cards and eChecks.

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1. When are tax bills mailed and when is the payment due?
2. How can I pay online and what are the fees?
3. What forms of payment are accepted?
4. If I have an escrow account with my mortgage company, do I need to worry about my property taxes?
5. Can I make pre-payments towards my current year taxes throughout the year?
6. My tax bill shows a negative amount due, what do I do now?
7. I purchased my property this year, do I need to pay for the whole year?
8. Can I request a receipt for mailed-in tax payments?
9. What if my payment is returned for insufficient funds?
10. What if I cannot pay my taxes?
11. What are delinquent or back taxes and what penalties or interest are owed?
12. Will the late payment penalty be waived if I didn’t receive a Tax Notice?
13. Am I in danger of losing my property if I do not pay my taxes by the due date?
14. May I make partial payments on back taxes?
15. Why is my taxable value lower than my market value?
16. I just received a “Valuation Notice;” how do I appeal the property value?
17. Can I receive my tax bill via email?
18. If my mortgage company is paying my taxes, why am I receiving a bill?
19. Why didn’t I receive a tax bill for my property?
20. Do I need to notify your office if I move or change my mailing address?
21. How are my taxes used?
22. How do I contact the taxing entities in my taxing area?
23. What period do the property taxes cover?