DONA ANA COUNTY: Second-Half Tax Bills Mailed; May 10 is Payment Deadline

Dona Ana County issued the following announcement on April 15.

The Doña Ana County Treasurer’s office has mailed second-half property tax notices. County Treasurer Eric L. Rodriguez reminds property owners that they have until close of business on Friday, May 10, to pay their second-half property taxes before state-mandated interest and penalties begin to accumulate.

Rodriguez said he encourages taxpayers to mail payments or pay on-line to avoid waiting periods at the teller window.

Payments can be made a number of ways, including:

Mailing payments to the Treasurer’s Office using the self-addressed envelope provided with the tax notice.

Utilizing the indoor drop box adjacent to the Treasurer’s Office teller windows, during business hours.

Online with a credit/debit card at There is a nominal fee for this service.

By phone at (575) 647-7433. There is a nominal fee for this service.

In person at the Treasurer’s Office from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, at 845 Motel Blvd, Las Cruces.

Property owners whose taxes are handled by an escrow company will not receive a mailer. Instead, the escrow holder will receive the tax notification.

Rodriguez said property owners who have not paid their taxes in full and did not receive reminders should immediately contact the Treasurer’s Office at (575) 647-7433.

Mobile home owners who have not received a tax bill are also asked to call the Treasurer’s office. Mobile homes are taxed separately from your land. First-half taxes on mobile homes are due by May 10, 2019.

“We make every effort to notify all property owners of their tax obligations,” Rodriguez said. “If you have not paid your property taxes, please don’t miss the May 10 deadline, because once penalty and interest are incurred, there are no provisions in the property tax code for my staff to remove them from your account.”

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