Can I Establish a Payment Plan For My Tax Bill?
Current Tax Bill:
You may remit interim payments on your tax bill prior to the delinquency date without establishing a formal payment plan. Please mail partial payments to:
Cumberland County Tax Collector, PO Box 449, Fayetteville, NC 28302-0449 and include your tax bill number on the remittance.
If you are not able to pay your tax bill in full prior to the delinquency date, contact the Tax Collections Department upon receipt of the bill at (910) 678-7507 or by emailing them here.
Include your name, telephone number, and billing information. Please do not wait for the bill to become delinquent to inquire on payment plans. Options become limited after delinquency.
Delinquent Tax Bill:
You may apply for a payment plan on a delinquent tax bill by contacting the Tax Collections Department at (910) 678-7507 or email them by clicking here.
Please include your name, telephone number, and billing information. All delinquent accounts not under a formal payment plan are subject to enforced collection at
any time without further notice. Collection fees will be added if legal action is taken.
Pre-paying Your Real Estate or Personal Property Tax Bill:
You may begin making pre-payments starting January 1st of the year for which the taxes are due. The due date of the tax bill is September 1st.
The bills are mailed in August and must be paid in full by January 5th of the following year.
Pre-payments may be made in any dollar amount and you do not need an arrangement to remit a pre-payment.
If you are unsure how much to send, or need further explanation, please contact the Tax Collections Department at (910) 678-7507 or email them by clicking here.
You may make your pre-payment in our office, located on the 5th floor of the Cumberland County Courthouse or mail to: Cumberland County Tax Collector, PO Box 449,
Fayetteville, NC 28302-0449. Annotate “Pre-pay” along with your tax bill number on the remittance. We do not accept credit/debit cards or electronic checks for pre-payments.
Pre-payments cannot be paid online or by phone.
Contact the Tax Collections Department at (910) 678-7507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.