*2024 Property Tax Statements were mailed March 15, 2024. 
To download a copy of your 2024 Property Tax Statement, click here*

Tax statements for real estate and personal property are mailed once a year, by the end of March. Statements for manufactured homes are mailed in July. No second notice is sent. Failure to receive a property tax statement does not exempt the taxpayer from timely payment of taxes due.
Payment Due Dates
Due Dates Type of Tax/Classification
May 15 - first half Residential and agricultural classifications excludes mobile homes
May 15 Taxes due in full if amount is $50 or less
August 31 - first half Manufactured homes
August 31  Manufactured home taxes due in full if amount is $50 or less
October 15 - second half Residential classification only
November 15 - second half Manufactured home and agricultural classifications

If the 15th falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, the due date is the next regular business day. 
Taxes become past due after the due date.

As of January 1st of the year following the due date, taxes become delinquent. Example, 2023 taxes not paid during the calendar year of 2023 became delinquent on January 1, 2024.

Penalty will vary depending on classification and the date they are paid. The schedule is on the back of the tax statement or click here.

Payment Options
Pay Your Property Tax Bill Online

In Person:
8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday at the Kanabec County Courthouse, Auditor-Treasurer's office, 2nd floor. Please bring your property tax stubs and have payment ready to service you faster.

By Mail:
Mail payments to:  Kanabec County Auditor-Treasurer, 317 Maple Ave E, Ste 261A, Mora, MN  55051

Drop Box:
There is a drop box located to the left of the front door at Kanabec County Courthouse, 317 Maple Ave E, Mora, MN  55051

Your lending institution may be escrowing your taxes for you. If you have questions regarding your escrow, contact your mortgage company or lending institution.

NSF Policy
All checks or electronic payments returned to Kanabec County for non-sufficient funds (NSF) will be charged a $30.00 NSF fee.  Unpaid NSF fees will be assessed on to the next tax year.