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The Cochise County Treasurer is the fiscal custodian of the County and is responsible for the administration and control of cash and securities. The duties involved in this responsibility include tax administration; receipt, deposit and disbursement of cash; supervision of county bank accounts; cash flow projections; investment of idle funds; debt management of bond issues, lines of credit and registered warrants. The County Treasurer plays a crucial role in county government administration.
2017 Real and Personal Property tax notices will be mailed September 25, 2017. First half 2017 personal and real property taxes are due October 1, 2017 and will be delinquent after November 1, 2017. Second half 2017 personal and real property taxes are due March 1, 2018 and will be delinquent after May 1, 2018. If you did not receive a statement by October 1, 2017, or have any questions, contact the Cochise County Treasurer at P. O. Box 1778, Bisbee, AZ 85603 or call (520) 432-8400.
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ADDRESS CHANGES & CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP INFORMATION:
For all questions regarding changes of ownership or to update the owner name listed on a property, please contact the Cochise County Recorder's Office. (520) 432-8350.
To change the mailing address your Tax Notice is mailed to, please contact the Cochise County Assessor's Office. (520) 432-8650 or email your request to email@example.com.
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2017 Tax Chart (Excel File Format)
Government Property Lease Excise Tax Information
State of Arizona Department of Revenue website - click HERE
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