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Collector of Revenue, Michelle D. McBride

Thank you for visiting our website!

To get started - Click on a search button at the right or a tab at the top.

Additional information about the Collector's Office can be found at www.collector.sccmo.org

IMPORTANT NOTES:

The Personal Property bills on this site only display the first asset from a bill. A paper bill should include everything owned on January 1st of the tax year (Section 137.115 RSMo). If a zero-dollar-due or no bill is showing, it could be because the Assessor did not receive the Personal Property Assessment Form.
   

2014 Tax Bills:

  • The 2014 tax bills have been published to this site and mailed via the US Postal Service.
        
         
  • Per Section 52.240(1) RSMo, failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the taxpayer from any liability imposed by law, including the duty to pay 2014 tax (without penalty and interest) by December 31, 2014.   
                
  • New this year -- Project CARE - Click on the tab above to learn more.

 

Paying your tax bill:

  • The Online Payment Transaction Receipt is not sufficient for license plate renewal.  The official Paid Personal Property Tax Receipt needed for license renewal will be mailed from the Collector's Office.  Please allow 3 to 5 business days mail time and for updating the state database.
     
  • Reminder: Partial Payments are accepted on existing bills.  Accounts must be paid in full to get the Personal Property Tax Receipt needed for Vehicle Registration Renewals. All 2012 and prior Real Estate taxes must be paid in full to prevent their offering in the 2014 Tax Certificate Sale. 
     
  • Late payment penalty and interest are assessed on all tax payments made on or after January 1st of the following tax year in accordance with State law (Sections 52.290, 139.100, 140.100 RSMO). These late payment penalties and interest are calculated based on the date of payment or on the postmark of the payment envelope. These penalties and interest increase on the first of each month from January thru September and then again the following January and so on.
     
  • When funds submitted exceed the amount due on an account, a credit is placed on the record toward future taxes.  A written request (by mail or email) from the party making the payment and containing current contact information is required for the release of funds.

 

Important Information

The information on this website is for informational purposes only. It is believed to be reliable, but we do not warrant its completeness, timeliness or accuracy.  Please call toll free at 855-245-2906 if you require additional information about a particular account or if you have questions about the use of this site.

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NOTE:  Payment for 2012 and prior Taxes 
Must be in the form of Cash, Cashier's Check, Money Order or Certified Funds if paid by mail or in person.  Credit Card payments are also acceptable for 2012 and prior Taxes.  Credit Card payments are only accepted online - not at the cashier windows.

Pay By Check
Please make checks payable to:
Michelle D. McBride
St. Charles County Collector

Mailing Address:
201 N Second St
Suite 134
Saint Charles, MO 63301

Dropbox located at 201 North Second Street in Saint Charles

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday
8:00am to 5:00pm

The St. Charles County Collector’s Office makes every effort to produce and publish the most current and accurate information. No warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the data herein, or its interpretation. All information provided by this online resource is subject to verification by the St. Charles County Collector’s Office.