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Posted on: April 13, 2021

2021 City & County Taxes Due

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The City of Ogdensburg reminds tax payers that Monday, May 17, 2021 is the last day that the 2021 1st Installment City and County taxes may be paid without penalty.

After May 17, 2021, a 5% penalty will be added for the first thirty (30) days or fraction thereof.  An additional 1% will be added for each additional thirty (30) days or fraction thereof.

You will receive ONE bill for City & County taxes.  You may still pay in two (2) separate installments by the due dates.  Retain the stubs on the lower part of the bill and use them when making payment.  You will not receive a second billing in July for the second installment.

You may pay your City of Ogdensburg taxes and utility bills by Internet by going to the City’s website www.ogdensburg.org. You may pay current and past bills by credit card, debit card or e-check.  Please see the acceptance agreement for service charges.  

Please note that we do have a drop box on the Caroline Street side of the building marked “Depository Trust”.   

If you have any questions, please contact the City Comptroller’s Office at 315-393-1860.

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