Juneau City Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire)

Juneau City Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire)

Property taxes are due soon

City reminds there are several ways to pay.

  • Friday, September 25, 2020 1:25pm
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The deadline for property tax payments is coming up soon, City and Borough of Juneau announced.

Payments are due by Sept. 30, the city said in a news release, and there are a multiple no-contact ways to make payments.

Property tax payments can be sent by mail to City and Borough of Juneau, Treasury Office, 155 S. Seward St., Juneau, AK, 99801. Mailed payments must be postmarked on or before Sept. 30. Payments can also be dropped off at one of three drop box locations —Super Bear IGA, Foodland IGA and City Hall. Lastly, residents can pay by credit card through OfficialPayments.com or over the phone by calling 800-272-9829 using jurisdiction code 1202. Those transactions will include a convenience fee.

Additionally, paying in-person at City Hall from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday is still an option. Credit cards cannot be used if paying at city hall.

People who cannot locate their current tax statements or have questions about property taxes can call the tax billing office at (907)586-5261.

• Contact the Juneau Empire newsroom at (907)308-4895.

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