View & Pay Bill Online
View Your Bill
Clay County mails out current year property tax statements in March of each year. The same tax information can be viewed or even printed out from our website online. You simply search by parcel number or address. Once you have located the parcel, look in the "Property Value Information" box located on the right side of the page and select the "Tax Statement" link for the year you wish to print.
Pay Your Current Tax Bill
You can pay your bill online using either an e-check or by credit card. Read about your options below. The process for paying property tax online are:
- Search for your property by parcel number or address.
- Select to pay by e-check or credit card. (Read below for more information about these options.)
- Provide requested information for payment option chosen.
Upon completion of the online property tax payment process, a confirmation screen will be displayed and a confirmation email (email receipt) will be sent to the payer.
Electronic payment using an e-Check constitutes a request for funds to be transferred from your specified bank account to Clay County via the Automated Clearing House (ACH) system. You will be asked for your check routing and account numbers, check number, and bank name. A convenience fee of $1.59 is charged for this option, which is retained by the service Link2Gov.
The following check types are prohibited when paying taxes online:
- Line of credit check
- Credit card cash advance check
- Check drawn on an ACH-blocked checking account
Please do not submit a payment with 1 of these checks. It will be returned and your payment will not be valid.
Credit Card Payments
2.6% Fee With a Minimum Fee of $3.95
The credit card option allows you to pay your property taxes using your credit card. The following credit cards are accepted:
- American Express®
- Discover® Card
You will be asked for your credit card number, expiration month, expiration year and card identification number. A convenience fee of 2.60%, with a minimum fee of $3.95, is charged for this option, which is retained by the service provider Link2Gov.
Please note that delinquent property taxes cannot be paid online.