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If you mail your payment directly to City Hall, please make your check payable to the City of Lebanon and mail it to:
City of LebanonTax Collector51 N Park StreetLebanon, NH 03766
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You can view a copy of your current or 2021 Tax Bills by visiting our Property Tax Payment Portal powered by EB2Gov. To obtain payment information, or if you need assistance finding your bill, please contact the City Clerk/Tax Collector’s office at 603-448-3054. Please Note: Tax bills prior to 2021 must be requested from the City Clerk/Tax Collector’s office; this is due to a software change.
Accepted payment methods are:
The payment fee for over-the-counter and online credit card payments is 2.79% of the total bill amount paid. We accept Discover, Amex, Mastercard, and Visa. There is a $0.95 fee for paying by e-check.
The non-refundable payment fee will be charged by and retained by Heartland to cover the cost of processing your online payment. The City of Lebanon receives no portion of these payment fees. You will have the opportunity to view the payment fee to be charged prior to finalizing your payment.
If your mortgage holder pays your tax bill through your escrow department, it is your responsibility to be sure that they have the information for payment.
To pay your property tax bill online, please visit our online payment portal.
As long as the postmark is on or before the due date, it is considered timely and will not be subject to interest. Interest charges will begin accruing 31 days after each bill date at an annual rate of 8% until the date of a tax lien implementation at which time the annual rate increases to 14%. There is no added 'grace period' once the bill is due.
The current tax rate for the 2023 tax year is $24.28 per $1,000 of assessed value. The tax rate is set by Municipal Services for the State of New Hampshire sometime in the month of October. The new rate will be shown on the bill that is mailed to you in November.
The tax rate is expressed as dollars per $1,000 of assessed value. The tax for each taxable parcel is calculated by multiplying the parcel’s assessed value by the tax rate, as calculated and approved by the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration (DRA), so the tax for each parcel is at the same percentage of assessed value. The tax, therefore, is a tax according to value. The City’s total, or combined, tax rate consists of four components: municipal, local school, state school, and county.
The property tax year is from April 1st to the following March 31st. The bill that is mailed in June is generally one-half of the previous year's total bill unless you have been notified by the Assessing Department of any change to your assessment. The tax rate is set by Municipal Services for the State of New Hampshire sometime in the month of October. The bill that is mailed in November will reflect the full tax amount for the current year as the gross tax. Due dates are usually around July 1st and December 1st.
If you have any questions regarding the payment of your tax bill, please call the Tax Collection Office at 603-448-3054, Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. If you have any questions regarding your assessment or questions about applying for a veteran's credit or elderly exemption. please call the Assessing Office at 603-448-1499, Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.