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They are the only offices which can provided such copies.
Property tax bills are mailed by November 1 every year.
Delinquent charges for property taxes are 1% interest of the base tax due per month and 1% penalty of the base tax due per month. The maximum penalty is 5%.
Please see below for various way to pay your taxes. If you are remitting payment in office or by mail, please make sure to use your payment coupon(s).
Please visit this link: PayGov (you will be re-directed to a third-party website)
Yes, we accept credit card payments. A convenience fee of 2.5%, or a minimum of $1, is charged by a third party when processing your payment with a credit card. Options available include:
In person at the Valencia County Treasurer’s Office
By Phone at 505-866-2090
Yes, we accept E-check payments. A convenience flat fee of $1.50, is charged by a third party when processing an E-check for any amount. These can only be processed Online @ https://pay.paygov.us/ValenciaCounty
Our main reference number is an alpha/numeric Account Numbers (example: R012345). Please reference this account number(s) when remitting payment. Your 19 digit parcel number (example: 1012345678910000000) can still be used. When making payments online, you will need your account number, so if you do not have it, please contact our office at 505-866-2090.
Yes, partial payments are accepted in the Treasurer's Office, by mail or phone ONLY. All online payments must be paid in half or full amounts.
If you have not received a property tax bill by the 2nd week in November, please call our office at 505-866-2090, and we will provide you with the information you need to make payment. You can also view and print a statement of your taxes at our website https://webpubusers.co.valenica.nm.us/treasurer/web/.
It is not the responsibility of the Valencia County Treasurer’s Office to set up tax sales for property taxes that are delinquent. Once a property is delinquent 3 years, it will be reported to the State of New Mexico, Delinquent Property Tax Division, at which point they will start working the account for collection or tax sale.
We have approximately 30,000 bills returned to our office for various reasons, i.e. wrong address, moved-no forwarding address, forwarding notice expired, deceased, etc. If you haven’t received your bill and need to correct your address, please fill out an Address Change Request form from the Valencia County Assessor's Office. Your change will reflect on the next billing cycle.