Bradley County's 12-Month Property Tax Partial Payment Sign-Up Ends Feb. 7

Thursday, January 23, 2014

The 12-month property tax partial payment sign-up in Bradley County, for 2014 property taxes will end on Feb. 7.  

Trustee Mike Smith said, “The number of taxpayers participating in our partial payment programs continues to increase.  I am happy that Bradley County can offer the citizens these programs.” 


The 12-month payment programs first payment for the 2014 taxes will be due March 15. The payment can be made by utilizing a bank draft, by mail or paying at the Trustee’s Office. The amount to be paid each month is determined by the taxpayer.


For taxpayers that will be paying their 2014 taxes either in partial payments or a lump sum October through February, there is no requirement to enroll.


For more information, call the Trustee’s Office at 728-7247.


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