County Treasurer Announces Property Tax Bills Mailed


Bernalillo County Treasurer, Patrick Padilla, mailed over 270,000 property tax bills on November 1. “Property owners in Bernalillo County should be receiving their bills,” says Treasurer Padilla. “The 2007 property tax rolls are available on line and we have established several methods property owners can use to pay their tax bill.”

The first half of the property tax bill becomes delinquent after December 10, 2007, after which time penalty & interest will be assessed. Tax payments can easily be made on-line, mailed, or be made in-person at the Bernalillo County Treasury located at Government Center, One Civic Plaza NW, lower level, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

For taxpayer convenience, the following banks and credit unions will also accept payments in-person by check, money order or cashier’s check.

Wells Fargo
First Community Bank
New Mexico Bank & Trust
Compass Bank
Rio Grande Credit Union
Bank 1st
Peoples Bank
US New Mexico Federal Credit Union
First Financial Credit Union
Bank of Albuquerque

Credit card payments will be accepted only on-line at Bernalillo County’s website.

On-line Credit Card Payment

The Treasurer has also provided payment drop boxes at the following locations:

Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center
Paradise Hills Community Center
Westside Community Center
Village of Tijeras (in front of City Hall)
In front of County/City Building (SE corner of 5th and Marquette)

Property owners who did not receive a property tax bill should contact the Treasurer’s office immediately. If you have questions, please call the County Treasurer’s Office at 768-4031 or send an email to treas (at) bernco (dot) gov.


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