PROPERTY TAX PAYMENT OPTIONS

The town currently has four payment options available for both paper and paperless property tax bill customers:

  • Cash and check payments are accepted at the Tax Collector's Office.
  • Checks by mail. To expedite your payment processing, please include the payment stub with your payment and/or write on your check the address and the Map and Lot of the property.
  • Check payments (only) may be deposited in the drop-box located under the glass bulletin board at TAX Office.
  • On-Line, ACH Transactions at the Tax Kiosk; Click Here for Tax Kiosk.

For ACH transactions on the tax kiosk a $.95 convenience fee charged by Invoice Cloud will be added to you total tax bill at check out. Credit card payments are not currently accepted.

Payments should be made to the order of the Town of Hebron

  • 1st Issue Property Tax Bills Due July 1, 2017

    PROPERTY TAX BILLS DUE JULY 1 USPS Tax bills have been mailed. PAPERLESS Tax Bills were sent online to taxpayers inboxes on May 18. Best way to view original tax bill is to click PAY ON LINE tab on paperless billing which automatically takes you to the tax kiosk. Payment online is optional. Paperless billing is the most efficient way to receive your bill and saves the town money in processing the bills. Download a paperless tax bill application at Hebronnh.org or stop at tax office for information. Tax office will be open Saturday July 1 (due date) from 8:30 to 11:00 AM Taxpayers receiving paperless bills need to contact the tax collector when they transfer property or change email. Extended June Office HoursTuesdays 8:30 -NoonWednesdays 8:30 -Noon

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  • Low and Moderate Income Tax Relief (Form DP-8)

    The DP-8 form (Low and Moderate Program) is now available on the NH Department of Revenue's website This form utilizes the Equalization Ratio to determine the amount of relief available under RSA § 198:57 (Low and Moderate Income Homeowner Property Tax Relief Program). The Equalization Ratio, pursuant to RSA § 21-J:3 XIII, is due by June 30 with a thirty day appeal period. The DP-8 form is updated and posted as soon as possible given these statutory parameters. To access the DP-8 form and instructions, click here: NH Department of Revenue Administration

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