November 20, 2019, City of St. Louis – It’s the time of year when planning for and celebrating the holiday season can take up a lot of our time and energy. City of St. Louis Collector of Revenue, Gregory F.X. Daly, would like to remind people to start planning now for their end-of-year property taxes, so they can be paid on time.
“We know paying taxes may be the least fun thing people do during the holiday season,” said Daly. “I certainly get that. We try to make the process as easy and stress free as possible so people can focus on celebrating with their friends and family.”
In April, the Assessor’s Office mailed statements of reassessment for homes located in the City of St. Louis. This reassessment is reflected on each taxpayer’s Real Estate tax bill. If you have any questions about your current property assessment, please call the St. Louis Assessor’s Real Estate department at 314-622-4185.
There are several easy ways to pay your Property Tax bills. The Collector of Revenue’s Office will be staffing three satellite bank locations through December 31, 2019. Taxpayers can make payments on Real Estate and Personal Property taxes. Payments are accepted for current tax year only. Credit and debit card payments are accepted.*
Collector of Revenue Satellite Locations at Commerce Bank:
4402 Natural Bridge
St. Louis MO 63115
St. Louis MO 63109
3134 S. Grand
St. Louis MO 63118
Monday-Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM
Friday 9AM – 6 PM
Saturday 9 AM – 12 PM
Holiday hours vary by location
Other ways to pay taxes:
- New this year, the Collector of Revenue’s Office offers Automated Clearing House (ACH) as a payment option. By visiting www.PayItStLouis.com customers can now pay directly from their checking or savings account online.*
- Telephone hotline: 1-800-2PAYTAX (available through December 31st)
- Website: www.PayItStLouis.com
- Mobile app: PayIt St. Louis
- Room 109 of City Hall
*All ACH, debit or credit cards will incur a convenience fee. Personal checks will not be accepted for delinquent taxes.
Tax payment history, assessed personal property, and tax receipts are available online. This service helps maintain records and allows taxpayers to renew their license plates with ease. Contact the Collector of Revenue’s Office with questions or concerns at email@example.com or at (314) 622-4105.
The Collector of Revenue’s Office continues to offer our pre-payment program to make future tax obligations more manageable. To take advantage of this program, taxes must be paid up to date. For additional information on this program please visit our website www.stlouiscollector.com.
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