Property Tax Payment Coupons

Tax bills are mailed once a year with both installment remittance coupons included. Payments must be received or federally post-marked by the due date to avoid penalties.

If your taxes are no longer paid by your mortgage company through an escrow account you may pay with the "Informational" statement.

Payments are considered timely if:

  • Received in the Treasurer’s Office by close of business on the due date.
  • Received in the Drop Box located on the exterior of the County Administration Building, on the west side midnight on the due date.
  • Federally postmarked by the Due Date. We recommend a certificate of mailing if mailed on the last day.
  • Payment online with Forte, the 3rd party vendor for the county, by midnight of the due date.

If paying in person, The Treasurer Office is located at 180 S. Main St., Ste 129, Martinsville, IN.

A drop box is located on the exterior of the County Administration Building on the WEST side of the building.

Business hours are 8:00 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday. We are closed on major holidays.

We partner with a local bank for the collection of property taxes. The authorized banks are First Merchants Bank, Mooresville & Morgantown.

Payments are not posted until they are received by the Morgan County Treasurer’s Office.

We have several electronic payment options which include Credit Cards, Debit Cards and e-checks.

There are fees associated with some of these services and the county does not receive any portion of the fees.

Please see Approved Forms of Payment to review the details on the different options.

Most financial institutions offer on-line bill pay to their customers. If you are interested in paying your property taxes via an on-line bill pay, please contact your financial institution or refer to their on-line banking site. Please include the Parcel Number when setting up your on-line payment.

It is the policy of the Morgan County Treasurer's Office to accept payments for the taxes of any amount at any time. Making partial payments does not relieve the taxpayer of late penalties, fees, or the property of being subject to tax sale when amounts are delinquent.