- Make checks payable to: Grant County Tax Collector.
- Payment by credit card and e-check will be accepted in person, by phone or over the
internet. Go to our PAY TAXES ONLINE LINK below.(Processing fee does apply)
- If you would like a receipt mailed to you, please provide a self addressed, stamped
envelope in which to return it. Otherwise your canceled check will serve as your receipt.
- Our office accepts partial payment of current taxes owed. Partial payments must be
noted as being so at the time of payment. All partial payments will be applied to
personal property taxes followed by real estate taxes. Any amount due that remains
unpaid on October 16, will become delinquent.
- Service connected, 100% disabled veterans (DAV), Must submit a form or letter of
eligibility EACH YEAR from the Veterans Administration dated in the current year
to receive benefit. It is an audit requirement( ACA 26-3-306).
Deadline is December 31 of every calendar year.
-Apply for Homestead Credits and Disabled / 65 or older Freeze in the Grant County
Assessor's office at (870) 942-3711. Deadline for Homestead Credit is October 15th of each calendar year.
- New Address? You must notify BOTH the Assessor and Collector to assure proper
billing and notification.
- All Corrections for tax statements must be completed by October 14th of each calendar year to insure proper billing amount for Online Payments.
- $2.00-Soil Conservation- --The $2.00 voluntary tax is used as matching monies to allow the District to provide services to the residents of Grant County. Contact their office at Grant County Conservation District, 125 South Oak St., Sheridan, AR. 72150, or by phone at (870) 942-2826.
- $2.00- Fair Association--The $2.00 voluntary tax is used to help fund the programs of the Grant County Fair and the expenses for the up keep of the fair grounds. It has also
allowed the fair board to purchase property located on Highway 167 North as the future site of the Grant County Fair Grounds.
Payment of Taxes ONLINE, Free Real Estate and Tax information search and a website link to the State Land Commissioner can be found below under Additional Information.
How Can I Pay My Taxes Online?
Use our link on our website located under Additional Information. Follow steps 1-7, make sure you click the button on step 7 and print. Our office will be updated the following day of payments that have been made. The website accepts Visa, Master Card, Discover Card, Debit and e-checks. ( A processing fee does apply to all online payments.)
Why Is There A Processing Fee For Paying Taxes Online?
The Collector's Office does not charge a fee to use the online service and does not profit from this site. The company providing us with the ability to pay your taxes online charges a fee to offset the service fees that are charged by your credit card companies. In 1999, it was made possible under law that county collectors may accept payment by credit and debit cards. But would also have to charge the service fee on to the taxpayer that the office was charged from the credit card companies (ACA 26-35-506) . If our office did not use this site we would still have to extend the fees onto the taxpayer.
Is My Mortgage Company Supposed To Pay My Taxes?
Mortgage Companies make their request for tax statements each year. Their requests are mailed to the company before the taxpayers statements are mailed. If you received a tax statement on a piece of property that you think you pay escrow on, then please contact your mortgage company. Forward a copy of your tax statement to your mortgage company for payment along with your loan number. All mortgage companies are required to pay their taxes by May 31 of each calendar year. You may call our office after that date to check if a payment has been made.
How Do I Go About Getting A Correction on My Tax Statement?
All corrections on a tax statement must be made by the Assessor. Please contact the Assessor's Office at (870) 942-3711. When a correction is made, the collector's office will make the corrections and resend the tax statement.
How Are Taxes Calculated?
Taxes are calculated by multiplying the "Taxable Value" (20% of the appraised value established by the Assessor) times the "Millage Rate" (excluding improvement tax, timber tax or assessor penalties.)
What Is A Mill?
A mill is one-tenth of one cent.
The collector's office is supervised by Chief Deputy Collector Susan Whitehead. Susan has been employed with the county since 1999 and is assisted in her office by deputy clerks Marla Holloway and Molly Scott. Marla is responsible for delinquent personal and real property accounts and has been employed with the county since 2006. Molly is responsible for bankruptcy and disabled veterans accounts..