Greene County Collector's Office

The Greene County Collector’s Office wants to remind people living in Greene County about the deadlines and payment information for personal property taxes for this past year.

Some of those tips include: if you didn’t get a bill you can visit their website and print one from there, you can save taxpayer dollars by sending both your personal property and real estate statement in the same envelope, and the best way is to pay online.

Information provided by the Greene County Collector’s Office:

Greene County Collector Leah Betts is reminding residents about deadlines and payment information related to personal property taxes for 2018. Most personal property and real estate tax bills were mailed in October. Payments are due by December 31.

The Collector’s Office also offers the following helpful tips for the process:

· If you didn’t get a bill or misplaced your bill, visit and print one from there. If you are unable to locate it online, call 868-4036.

· Payments must be postmarked by the U.S. Post Office or made via the website on or before December 31.

· To save taxpayer dollars, as many matching statements as possible were mailed in the same envelopes. For example, personal property and real estate statements may be in the same envelope. (Double check your mail to make sure that you have all the correspondence that was intended for you – documents can sometimes stick together like two new dollar bills.)

· The best way to pay is online. No stamp, no lines and no waiting for a receipt to arrive in the mail. Simply visit

“My goal is to make the process as convenient and hassle-free as possible for residents,” Betts said. “As always, we are ready to assist with any questions or concerns, and to help people avoid any late fees.”

For more information, contact Leah Betts at or the Greene County Collector’s office at 417-868-4036.