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Treasurer's Office Opening to Public March 15

Yavapai County Administration Buildings located at 1015 Fair St in Prescott and 10 S. 6th Street in Cottonwood will open to the public on Monday, March 15, 2021. Anyone wishing to enter a County building will be required to wear a mask and observe the physical distancing policies recommended by the CDC.

While we look forward to serving the public in person, property tax payments can also be mailed to the Treasurer’s Office or paid online at Payments can also be dropped off in secured drop boxes located outside of our Prescott and Cottonwood locations. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, with our Cottonwood office closed on Fridays.

2020 Property Tax Notices

2020 Property Tax Notices are available online. The 1st half taxes are delinquent after 5pm on 11/2/2020. The 2nd half taxes are delinquent after 5pm on 5/3/2021. You may also pay one full year payment by 12/31/2020 and you will not be charged interest on the 1st half taxes. Please use the following link to obtain the 2020 tax notice. | PROPERTY TAX INQUIRY

Property Tax Payments Online

Property taxes can be paid through our service provider Point and Pay, LLC. To pay online, please click on the link below or call 1-866-974-2056. Point and Pay, LLC fees are charged as follows: payment by Visa Debit Card is $3.50, for all other Debit and Credit Cards, the fee is 2.29% of the amount you are charging with a $1.50 minimum, and the fee for payment by Electronic Check is $0.50. The Visa Debit Card and Electronic Check options are only available on-line. It costs only 50 cents....cheaper than a stamp! Be sure to pay the exact amount due. An overpayment will result in a voided transaction. To verify your amount due, please call the Yavapai County Treasurer's Office at (928) 771-3233... Property Tax Payments 

Treasurer Encourages Everyone to Mail in Tax Payments

In an effort to reduce the risk of Coronavirus spread among Yavapai County residents and employees, Yavapai County Treasurer, Chip Davis, would like to ask everyone that can, to please pay their tax bill online ( or by mail, instead of visiting one of the Treasurer's Offices in person.  PRESS RELEASE


If you would like to receive your annual tax notice(s) electronically, please register at Click on ‘Create New Account’ to register.  To register, you will need to locate your eNoticesOnline Authorization Code, on the front of your last tax bill.  The code is confidential and does not appear on the on-line tax notice available on the Treasurer’s website.  Once you register, tax notices will no longer be mailed to you.  Each year in mid-September you will receive an e-mail notification that your notice(s) are available on eNoticesOnline.

The Treasurer is responsible for the collection and apportionment of the personal and real property taxes levied by the County and the various other taxing entities such as Yavapai Community College, school districts, fire districts, special districts and cities.

The Treasurer also acts as the bank for the County by receiving and remitting money in the amount of $1.5 billion annually from all sources. He is responsible for keeping these funds invested and earning interest as provided in the statutes. The Treasurer also conducts the annual tax lien sale and in conjunction with that sale, he issues Certificates of Purchase.


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Chip Davis

Yavapai County Treasurer

Appointed 2020
Primary Business Address:
1015 Fair Street
Prescott, AZ 86305
Phone: (928) 771-3233
Fax: (928) 771-3390
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