Frederick County encourages residents to pay tax bills remotely
Frederick County has mailed out annual tax bills for real estate and personal property. Because the public has limited access to the County Office Building, the County is encouraging residents to pay their tax bills remotely. Tax amounts for the first half are due June 5.
Frederick County offers the following remote payment methods:
- Online at fredtax.com. Using an e-check is free; credit card payments have a 2.5% service charge.
- The drive-through window at the County Office Building. The window is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. for vehicle traffic only.
- The night drop box, located on the Cameron Street side of the County Office Building. Be sure to seal all envelopes and use the remittance stub from your bill. Please put your name and address on the envelope. You are welcome to mail your payments in the envelope provided.
The County does discourage the use of cash at this time for safety purposes, though cash can still of course be used if necessary.
Any questions can be directed to Treasurer Orndoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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