SRI TAXPAYER CONNECTION
ELECTRONIC PROPERTY TAX BILLING
Help your county save money and paper—sign up for electronic property tax statements!
Electronic tax bills help save the county money by freeing them from printing and mailing traditional paper statements. Sign up is easy—simply follow the link below to get started!
Applications must be filed thirty (30) days prior to the anticipated general mailing date of property tax statements.
Applications for electronic statements may be filed using this program, or with either the county auditor or county treasurer in person or by mail. If mailed, the mailing must be postmarked on or before the last day of filing.
Click here for the paper form for Authorization for Receipt of Electronic Property Tax Statements.
Eligibility and Limitations
Electronic billing is not available in all counties. Please contact the county auditor or treasurer for availability.
Upon successful filing, the election to receive property tax statements remains in effect until the owner of record or authorized representative re-files the form to modify the address or cancel the request.
Tax statements can only be sent to one e-mail address, regardless of the number of owners or persons liable for property taxes.
In order for an election to go into effect, each party liable for taxes must agree to designate one individual as the primary recipient of tax information. A signed statement of agreement from each additional owner must be attached to this application.
A taxpayer may receive electronic statements for each parcel owned within an authorizing county.
If the county treasurer receives notification that the transmission of the electronic statement was not received, the treasurer shall mail a hard copy of the property tax statement to the tax billing address on file for the property. The payment due date remains the same as it was when the statement was originally sent by e-mail.
Once an election to receive electronic tax statements takes effect, the taxpayer will no longer receive tax statements through the mail. If an individual wishes to resume receiving tax statements by mail, the taxpayer must re-submit this form at least thirty (30) days prior to the anticipated general mailing date of property tax statements.
If the county auditor receives notification that an electronic transmission was not received, the auditor shall mail a hard copy of the information or statement to the tax billing address on file for the property. Due dates, if any, remain the same as when the statement was originally sent by e-mail.