FOR INFORMATION REGARDING PROPERTY TAX AMOUNTS, PLEASE VISIT PINE COUNTY'S PROPERTY INFORMATION SITE (PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE BELOW).
PAYING BY CREDIT CARD OR E-CHECK:
To pay your Real Estate Tax click here.
To pay your Mobile Home Tax click here.
TO PAY BY CREDIT CARD OR E-CHECK USING YOUR TELEPHONE: Have the property ID number and the amount due before making a payment. Only one ID number per transaction. Payments are considered timely if submitted by 11:59 p.m. on the due date. If paying after the due date, penalty must be included with payment.
Dial 1-800-272-9829. The Pine County Jurisdiction Code is 3316 when prompted.
A Credit Card Processing Fee (convenience fee) is charged by official payment Corp. Credit and Debit cards are charged 2.99% of the amount of the customers payment. There is a minimum fee of $1.20.
Electronic check fees are $2.90 per each payment transaction less than or equal to $10,000.00, $15.75 per each payment transaction greater than $10,000.00
According to MN law, a county cannot absorb the fee that credit card companies charge.
If your online payment is declined, please contact your financial institution.
PAYMENT BY MAIL
Make your money order or check payable to PINE COUNTY AUDITOR-TREASURER. If you have more than one parcel, you may pay multiple parcels with one check (this is preferred), just enclose the payment stubs for all parcels being paid with the check or note on your check the parcel numbers you are paying.
Mail to: Pine County Auditor-Treasurer 635 Northridge Dr. NW Suite 230 Pine City, MN 55063
PAYMENT BY DROP-BOX
Make your money order or check payable to PINE COUNTY AUDITOR-TREASURER. Do not put cash in the drop-box.
Drop in the drop box at the Courthouse directly across from the main doors, 635 Northridge Dr. NW, Pine City, MN 55063
Please contact the Auditor's Office at 320-591-1670 for delinquent taxes and/or payoff amounts. If the correct amount is not paid judgment may be taken as well as interest continuing to accrue and possible forfeiture may occur.
FAILURE TO RECEIVE A PROPERTY TAX STATEMENT DOES NOT EXEMPT THE TAXPAYER FROM TIMELY PAYMENT OF TAXES DUE.