During these unprecedented times, our goal is to continue to serve Boone County taxpayers by providing essential services. However, will we be doing so with minimal staffing and modifications to normal business operations.

We encourage taxpayers to call or email the Collector’s office with questions or concerns. Paid property tax receipts and statements of non-assessments can be emailed. Most local vehicle licensing offices will accept these electronic copies. In addition, paid property tax records are provided weekly to the DOR for online licensing renewals or in-person visits to local license offices.

If you need to make a payment we request that payments be mailed, placed in our drop box at the Government Center entrance at the corner of 9th and Ash St., made online or over the phone by calling 1-877-690-3729.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.

– The Staff of the Boone County Collector’s Office

E-Billing

Enroll now for the 2020 Tax Bill Year

Register for E-Billing

The Boone County Collector's office provides taxpayers the option to receive tax statements via email. E-billing of tax statements will occur in November of each year.

Select all accounts to be e-billed. You do not have to register each year unless your email address has changed, or you wish to add another email address.

You will receive an email in September of each year to click and verify that the email address is valid. Failure to validate the email address will discontinue e-billing. It is the taxpayer's responsibility to ensure that the email address provided to receive e-bills is accurate and up-to-date. Please note that the email address provided shall be a closed record under Chapter 610 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri and will not be made public.

After registering for e-billing, you will no longer receive paper copies of the tax statements unless you choose to opt out of e-billing by contacting the Collector's office at (573) 886-4285. Accounts on the installment plan will continue to receive notice of the final balance due by mail.

Failure to receive the tax statements via email does not relieve the obligation of the taxpayer to pay the taxes due by December 31, or any statutorily imposed late penalties or fees.

Please be sure to add propertytax@boonecountymo.org to your contacts or address book to help prevent E-Bills being flagged as spam.

Register for E-Billing