> Pay Online - Click Here to reach the Official Payments site to pay online by credit card or e-check* Hacer un Pago En Español
> Pay by Phone - Call 1(800)2PAYTAX (1-800-272-9829) to pay over the phone using a credit card or by e-check. Enter Ada
County jurisdiction code 2212 (Código de Jurisdicción:2212) when making your payment.*
> Pay Online - www.adaweb.net/treasurer.aspx using E-check for a flat $3.00 fee
> Pay in Person - When paying in person, you may pay by check, cashier's check, money order, or cash.
Ada County Treasurer's Office, 200 W. Front St., Boise, ID 83702 Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM
Meridian City Hall, Utility Billing Office, 33 E Broadway, Meridian, ID HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00 - 12:30; 1:30 - 5:00 CLOSED FOR LUNCH 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
> Mail Your Payment - Send payments by mail to Ada County Treasurer, P.O. Box 2868, Boise, ID 83701. Mailed payments
MUST be U.S. Postal Service postmarked on or before the due date. Be sure to write your parcel number on your check.
* You can pay by any major credit card listed above via the online or pay by phone options. There is a 2.4% convenience fee ($1.00 minimum) for all credit and debit card transactions, and a $5.00 fee for e-check transactions.
New...Visa Debit Program
When you pay your real property tax on land and buildings through Official Payments using a Visa personal debit card, you will pay a fixed service fee of only $3.95.
Partial Tax Payments: We can accept partial payments of any amount at any time on delinquent taxes. Interest will continue to accrue on the unpaid, delinquent balance at the rate of 1% per month.
Partial prepayments of at least $25 can be applied toward current year or future taxes on both real and personal property. A billing will be mailed for any remaining balance which may be paid according to the standard schedules and regulations for property tax collection.
Once any part of a personal property tax becomes delinquent, the unpaid portion of the entire tax shall immediately become due and payable.
Late Payment Fees: A late charge equal to 2% of any unpaid portion of the first half of the tax is added at 5:00 p.m. on the due date. Interest accrues daily, at 1% per month, beginning January 1st of the year following the December 20th first half due date. When any portion of a manufactured home or personal property tax becomes delinquent, a Warrant of Distraint is issued to the County Sheriff for collection. Full payment of all tax, late charge, warrant fees and interest is required to release the warrant.
Taxpayers often have difficulty understanding why, if they pay their second half taxes only a few days after the June 20th due date, they must pay six months of interest on the delinquent second half. Under Idaho Code, the full year taxes are DUE on December 20th. To ease the burden of payment of the taxes in a lump sum, however, the law gives the taxpayer the option of paying one-half of the tax amount on or before December 20th and deferring payment (an extension) of the second half taxes until June 20th of the following year without any late charge or interest. If, however, the payment is not received (or postmarked) by June 20th, the late charge and interest is added as if the tax became delinquent after the original December 20th due date.