First half of property taxes are due May 15, 2020
No legislation has been passed to change the due date. Acceptable postmarks are on or before the deadline printed on your current year tax statement. Minnesota Statues mandate that postmarks determine whether a payment is subject to penalty.
A drop box is located at the back of the courthouse (north side of parking lot) for your convenience. The drop box is currently being checked several times a day. Payments placed in the drop box before 8:00 a.m. the day following the deadline will be considered current if payment amount is for the respective due date only.
Taxes can be paid online on the , right hand side click on County Tax Info. Agree to the terms, enter your parcel number, click on the first parcel number listed. Then in red, you will see “Pay by credit card”. Pay your taxes online with a Credit Card, Debit Card, eCheck or by phone at 1-877-690-3729 and use Jurisdiction code 3360. If paying taxes online by credit or debit card the company processing the payment charges 2.35% of the amount being paid. Payment by eCheck is a flat fee of $1.50 by the processing company.
** The county does not collect the fee that is charged. The Third party vendor offers the service to the county. Fees are subject to change by the processing company.
Real Estate Tax Payment Options
- Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., open over the noon hour
- Treasurers Office: First floor of the Grant County Courthouse
- Elevator access available on the north side of the building
- After hours, use the Treasurer's Drop Box. Payment will be processed the next business day.
Self-addressed payment envelopes are enclosed with the statement the taxpayer receives from the county treasurer. Payments must be postmarked on or before the deadline printed on the statement, late postmarks will be returned for penalty.
Credit Card or eCheck
Call 877-690-3729 or log onto the website, click on Current Year Tax Info and use Jurisdiction Code 3360. If you are paying by debit card, it must be a Visa-issued card. A nominal convenience fee will be charged by Forte Payment Systems.
All Certified Birth Certificates for births occurring in Minnesota between 1935 and the current year can be obtained in the Treasurers’ Office if tangible interest can be proven for the record requested.
Historical birth records occurring in Grant County are on file for public review from 1877 through TBD.
Birth Certificate Application
All Certified Death Certificates for deaths occurring in Minnesota between 1935 and the current year can be obtained in the Treasurers’ Office if tangible interest can be proven for the record requested. Historical death records occurring in Grant County are on file for public review from 1877 through TBD.
Death Certificate Application
For the following Vital Records information, please visit the Grant County Recorder page:
- Notary Public
- Marriage Licenses