The Personal Property and Real Estate Property tax deadline is October 15! Make partial payments on current taxes up until October 15th.

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August 9, 2022 - On-Site at HSV August 9

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October 15, 2022 - Saline County TAXES are DUE every year on OCTOBER 15 October 15

Saline County TAXES are DUE every year on OCTOBER 15

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Where does the money go? Where does the money go?

  • Schools
  • Libraries
  • County Roads
  • Jails / Sheriffs Dept
  • Emergency Management
  • Courts
  • And More...

Select your school district and municipality/county location to see how your tax dollars are spent by percentage:

Pay Your Taxes Online

Accepted Forms of Payment:
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Discover
  • American Express
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NOTE: The Collector's Office does not charge a fee to use our online services. However, a portal processing fee is charged by the company providing us with the electronic means to pay your taxes.

Pay In Person

Accepted Forms of Payment:
  • Cash
  • Personal check
  • Bank check
  • Cashier's check
  • Money order
  • Debit card
  • Major credit cards

Regular hours of operation 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Pay By Mail

Accepted Forms of Payment:
  • Personal check
  • Bank check
  • Cashier's check

Envelope must be postmarked on or before October 15 to avoid delinquency.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get a receipt for what I paid last year?

We have made the Saline County tax database available to you.

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I have Fire District Fees on my tax statement, do I have to pay those fees?

Yes, all fire district fees must be paid with, or before, real estate taxes. These fees are not voluntary.

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What happens if my business personal taxes are delinquent?

At any time after October 15, the county collector shall distrain sufficient goods and chattels belonging to a person who owes taxes upon the person’s personal property, to pay the taxes due upon the personal property and a penalty of twenty-five percent

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