What are unsecured taxes, and how do I pay them?
Unsecured taxes are assessments for mining claims, boats, possessory interests to land, and other personal properties not attached to land. Unsecured bills are mailed by July 31 and become delinquent if not paid or postmarked by August 31.

All taxes on mining claims must be paid before a proof of labor or intent to hold can be recorded by the county recorder or filed with the Bureau of Land Management. Any person can obtain a tax bill from the Treasurer / Tax Collector's office.

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1. Are tax bills available online?
2. Can I pay by credit card?
3. How do I appeal the value of my property?
4. Are there special circumstances applied to senior citizens, blind, or disabled persons?
5. Can a mortgage company request copies of my tax bills?
6. Do you sell property tax liens?
7. How do I obtain a revolving fund advance?
8. How do I obtain transient occupancy tax forms?
9. How do I transfer a title / move my mobile home?
10. What are unsecured taxes, and how do I pay them?
11. What do I do if my address has changed?
12. What happens when unsecured taxes become delinquent?
13. What methods of payment do you accept?
14. When are property tax statements due?