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Property Taxes

2022 Tax Payment Dates

May 16, 2022 – All Taxes (1st Half)

August 31, 2022 –  Mobile Home Taxes (1st Half)

October 17, 2022 – City Taxes (2nd Half if applicable)

November 15, 2022 – Farm Taxes and Mobile Home Taxes (2nd Half if applicable)

 

Pay your Property Taxes using the following methods:

  • By Mail – Make your checks payable to Nobles County Auditor-Treasurer and mail to:       

Joyce Jacobs       

Nobles County Auditor-Treasurer       

Po Box 757

Worthington, MN 56187

                        * Your payment must be postmarked on or before the due date or penalties will apply. If your tax payment is past due, please contact the Auditor-Treasurer office at (507) 295-5258 to determine the amount of penalty you must include with your payment.

  • Direct Payment Plan – With this convenient, hassle-free program, your property tax payment is automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. Send the completed form Sign up Form for Property Tax Direct Pay Plan   directly to the Auditor-Treasurer Office. If the due date falls on a weekend, your payment will be processed the next business day. Authorization will remain in effect until you notify the Auditor-Treasurer Office that you wish to cancel. If you switch bank accounts or wish to add or delete parcels, you must contact the Auditor-Treasurer office at (507) 295-5258.
  • Online by Credit or Debit Card – You can stop by our office or pay online with a credit (Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover) or debit card (Visa & Mastercard only). Convenience fees will be charged. Pay Here – Online Property Tax Parcel Search
  • In Person – Property taxes can be paid at the following location:

Nobles County Government Center

315 10th Street

Worthington, MN 56187

  • Escrowed – Your taxes may be included in your mortgage payment. If your statement indicates that you are escrowed, your tax amount has been forwarded to the escrow agent for collection. Please keep a copy of the tax statement for your reference. For more information, please contact your financial institution.

Property Taxes

  • Filing of all legal plats, deeds, and mortgages.
  • Maintain records of all property owners.
  • Certification of tax levies for taxing districts.
  • Calculate tax capacity rates, credits and net property taxes.
  • Specials assessments.
  • Wind Energy, Transmission and Distribution Line Taxes.
  • Maintain ditch fund assessments.
  • Tax increment financing.
  • Collection of current and delinquent property taxes.
  • Distribution of taxes to taxing districts.
  • Tax forfeiture proceedings.
  • Member of County Board of Equalization
  • 14 Reasons Property Taxes Can Go Up or Down *Courtesy of Ramsey County

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