Attention: Please be aware that there will be a 2.5% transaction fee for all debit/credit card transactions and a $1.95 flat fee for all e-check transactions for payments made on all platforms (IVR, Customer Portal, One-Time Payment).
JENNIFER J. MANZANARES | Treasurer (D) | Term 2021 - 2024

Upcoming Deadlines

Property Tax Bills Mailed Out.
Property taxes due.
Property taxes due and become delinquent the 12th.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Penalty & Interest Disclosure:
Please be advised that, if property taxes are not paid for any reason within thirty (30) days after the date they are due, interest on the unpaid taxes shall accrue from the thirtieth day after they are due until the date they are paid. Interest accrues at the rate of one percent (1%) a month or any fraction of a month, for a total of twelve percent (12%) per year. Section 7-38-49 NMSA 1978. A penalty of one percent (1%) of delinquent taxes for each month or any portion of a month they remain unpaid shall be imposed, but the total penalty shall not exceed five percent (5%) of the delinquent taxes, except that, when the penalty is less than five dollars ($5.00), the penalty to be imposed shall be five dollars ($5.00).

Directions to create your own payment profile
1. Go to
2. Click on the “Pay Online” link.
3. This will take you to the Paymentus Customer Portal.
4. There will be 2 selection tiles. Under the “Login” tile select “register now”.
5. Fill out all required information: Email, Password, Name, Phone, Zip and Security Questions.
6. Click “Enroll”
7. On the next page enter your property account number/Tax ID. This is also located on your Tax Bill.
8. Decide if you want paperless billing (This is a feature we will be using in the near future. By signing up now it will enroll you for receiving your tax bill via email when the feature is active).
9. Decide if you want email notifications for your account. If you select this box, you will receive receipt and return notifications via email.
10. Select the box to agree to the Payment Authorization Terms.
11. Select add account.
12. Multiple accounts can be added to the same user profile by clicking “Add Account”.

Directions to view/print tax bill online
1. Go to the Santa Fe County Customer Payment Portal
2. Login to your created profile with and email address and password.
3. Once you are logged into your profile click “View Bills” on the left menu bar.
4. Select the account you would like to view/print a bill from. Select continue.
5. On the next screen, select “View” under the Action column.
6. This will download a .pdf version of your tax bill.
7. You can Print or Save your bill if needed.

Directions to view 10-year tax balance history
1. Go to the Santa Fe County Customer Payment Portal
2. Login to your created profile with and email address and password.
3. Once you are logged you will see a tile on the main screen with your account number on it.
4. On the bottom of that tile you will 4 links on the bottom under “More”.
5. Select “Tax Bill History”.
6. This will display billed base tax, any accrued penalty/interest and any amounts due by year going back the last 10 taxable years.

Tax bill important dates to know;
Bills mailed - On or before November 1st each year
1st Half due date – Due on or before December 1st
2nd Half due date – Due on or before May 10th

Trash permits-

Online solid waste permit application

Bag Tags - $9
1 Trip - $18
3 Trip - $27.50
6 Trip - $55
12 Trip -$110
Low income 6 Trip - $50
Low income 12 Trip - $100
Senior 6 Trip- $50
Senior 12 Trip - $100
Veteran 6 Trip - $50
Veteran 12 Trip - $100

Submit: Application, Payment (cash or check), and make it Payable to: Santa Fe County Treasurer

Ways to pay – Mail in payment (P.O. Box T, Santa Fe, NM 87504), come in office (100 Catron St, SF NM 87501), or place in drop box.

The 2021 tax bills that are normally mailed every November 1st will be delayed due to the recent election that may have an affect on tax rates. The 2021 tax bills will now be mailed on December 1st and will be due no later than January 10th, 2022.


Treasurer (D)

Core Values

  • PASSIONATE: Dedicated and committed to practicing clear and respectful communication.
  • RELIABLE & RESPONSIVE: The Treasurer's Office team implements an open door policy that is approachable and knowledgeable.
  • COLLABORATIVE: Establishing relationships both internally and externally to the Santa Fe County Treasurer's Office
  • INTEGRITY: Holding professional and personal integrity, both individually and as a team, to a higher level of excellence