FAQ Topic: Pay a bill

How do I pay my property tax?

You can pay property taxes by mail, by phone, online, or by dropping it by the Sherman County Courthouse. Find payment details on the Tax Collector’s “Options for Payment” page. Property owners may appeal the value of their property or penalties assessed for late filing of real or personal property returns. All personal property tax … Continued

What services are performed by the Sherman County Finance Department?

The Finance Department, also known as the Financial Services Department or Finance & Tax Office, provides many services that support all Offices and Departments under Sherman County Government.  Services include:  Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Budget/Audit, and Road Cost Accounting. The Financial Services Department also administers Property Tax Collection and the Resident Incentive Program.

How can I make property tax payments?

You can pay by mail, at the Courthouse, by telephone, or online. There’s a “convenience fee” — levied by our secure-payment processor — for the latter two options. See our “Options for Payment” page for specifics.

How do I pay my sewage bill?

Each of the five cities in Sherman County use different sewer municipalities. For a list of local water and sewer providers, go to the bottom of the Utilities page.

How do I pay my water bill?

Many of the five cities and multiple unincorporated areas in Sherman County use different water municipalities. For a list of providers, go to the  Sherman County Utilities page.

How do I pay my property taxes?

You’ll find an information sheet on our Property Tax Payment Options page, with details for mail, phone, and online payment options. Online payments also can be made on Sherman County’s PointandPay.net page.

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