Tax Administration

Contact Assessing (919) 693-4181 or Collections (919) 693-7714
The Tax Office is located at 141 Williamsboro Street, Oxford

2024 Tax Revaluation Information

The purpose of a property tax revaluation is to ensure that tax values of properties accurately reflect their true market value and that all county property owners are receiving fair and equitable treatment regardless of the location or age of their property. Not all properties increase in value at the same rate, which is why a regular revaluation is necessary. Follow this link to learn more.


The Tax Administration Department exists for the listing, appraisal, assessment, and collection of taxes on real and personal property governed by the North Carolina General Statutes for the City of Oxford, City of Creedmoor, Town of Butner, Town of Stovall, Town of Stem, and Granville County. Tax collections generate a primary source of revenue to fund municipal and county programs.

View Current or Past Tax Bills
To search for current tax bills or view records from previous years, visit this link. Customers can search under the the “Tax Bill Search” tab by name, address, or parcel number. You will be directed to Autoagent to complete your payment.

Payment Options
In addition to in-person and mail-in payments, taxpayers may opt for the convenience of paying with a credit card by calling 919-372-4388 or accessing online payments at  Once on the site, search by name or address in the “Find Your Bill” section of the site. 

Convenience fees assessed for online payments:
•  Credit/
Debit cards (2.5% fee with a $2.00 minimum)
•  ACH/Electronic Check ($2.00 fee)
•  Cash or Check (in-person or by mail, no fee)

Step-By-Step Online Payment Instructions

Create an Account for Auto/Recurring Payments

Annual Tax Discount
The County offers a 1.5% discount for paying current taxes between July 1 and August 15. The standard due date is September 1 and interest begins to accrue after January 5 of the following year (depending on what day of the week the 5th of the month falls).

If you would like to get a jump start on your future tax notice, you can make pre-payments to the Tax Office at any time during the year. Contact the Tax Office for more details.   




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