Real Property tax bills are mailed ONLY ONE TIME each fiscal year. If you do not receive your tax bill by August 1st each year, please use the automated telephone system to request a copy. Tax bills requested through the automated system are sent to the mailing address on record.
1st Installment due on the 3rd Monday in August
2nd Installment due on the 1st Monday in October
3rd Installment due on the 1st Monday in January
4th Installment due on the 1st Monday in March
For the fiscal year, taxes totaling $100 or less must be paid on the first installment.
Briana Johnson, County Assessor
500 S Grand Central PKWY
PO BOX 551401
Las Vegas, NV 89155-1401
Fax: (702) 455-0018
Real Property Tax
Postmarks are imprints on the address side of a stamped mailpiece. A postmark indicates the location and date the Post Office accepted the mailpiece.
Postage that is postmarked:
Standard postage stamps
Postage that is not postmarked:
Automated Postal Center Stamps
By Phone: Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) with a service fee of 2.19%.
By Mail: Checks must be in US dollars drawn from a US bank. Parcel number(s) and payment coupon(s) should be included.
In Person: 500 S Grand Central Pkwy Las Vegas, NV 89106 (1st floor behind security) we are open 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday (except for holidays). Cash, check, debit cards only (no fee) Payments can also be dropped off at the drop box located on the southwest side of the County Government Center. (checks only, please include parcel number(s) and payment coupon(s). Please visit our Payment Options page for more information.
Online Bill Pay: No fee, must be set-up through a financial institution.
General Questions About Certificate Sales
A Special Assessment sale is held for parcels that are delinquent in the payment of assessments owing to the County. As soon as any assessment of installment becomes delinquent, the parcel is marked delinquent. Within 60 days thereafter, the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) will direct the Treasurer to give notice of the sale.
Questions for Property Owners
Postmarks will not be accepted
Payments should be made payable to Clark County Treasurer-SID.
All payments must be in the form of certified funds from a United States bank (certified bank check, cashier's check, money order - personal checks and credit cards are not accepted). To avoid a delay in posting your payment, please include your parcel number with the payment.
To make a payment by mail, send certified funds to our Lockbox address:
Clark County Treasurer - SID
Los Angeles, CA 90074-7254
Send overnight payments to the Treasurer's Office at:
Clark County Treasurer - SID
Attn: Special Improvement Districts
500 S. Grand Central Parkway, 1st Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89106
Alternatively, payments may be made in person at the Clark County Treasurer's Office
Amount due prior to the sale date Amount Due on Day of Sale before the sale starts*
Installment Principal: $130.00 Installment Principal: $130.00
Installment Interest: $70.00 Installment Interest: $70.00
Late Penalties: $220.00 Late Penalties: $220.00
Foreclosure Fees: $280.00 Foreclosure Fees: $280.00
Total Amount Due: $700.00 Unbilled Principal: $2,500.00
Total Amount Due: $3,200.00
*The Treasurer's Office MUST receive payment no later than 1 hour before the sale begins.
Questions for Buyers - Pre Sale
- Only one registration is allowed for each person in attendance.
- Only the name on the picture ID provided at registration will be used as the recorded name on the certificate of sale.
- You must be of legal age (18) to participate in the sale.
- Friends and family members are not allowed to register for you.
- Late arrivals will not be able to participate.
- County employees who would have a real or apparent conflict of interest may not participate.
Questions for Purchasers - Post Sale
If redemption is not made within 60 days after the date of service, or the date of the first publication of the notice, as the case may be, the holder of the certificate of sale is entitled to a deed. The deed must be executed only for the property described in the certificate, and after payment of all delinquent taxes and special assessments, or installments thereof, whether levied or assessed before or after the issuance of the certificate of sale.
If the owner is not a resident of Nevada, or cannot be found within the state after diligent search, the notice may be given by publication. Diligent search requires more than one attempt to locate the property owner. You must document your efforts to locate the property owner. Notice by publication is defined by NRS 271.190 and includes publication at least once a week in a newspaper of general circulation in the County. The publication must be verified by the affidavit of the publisher.
Minimum information required in the notice
Pursuant to NRS 271.595, as of ___(date)___,___(name of person giving notice (i.e. certificate holder))__, hereby gives notice of intent to exchange Certificate of Sale for Deed to Property regarding the following: Parcel number 000-00-000-000, Clark County Special Improvement District # ____, owned by ___(property owner of record)___, described as: ___(Assessor description)___. A request for Deed to the Property will be made on ___(end of 60 day notice)___.
Documentation to turn into the Treasurer's Office
- Certificate of Sale (original)
- Notarized Statement (steps taken to notify property owner)
- Copy of Notice to Property Owner Affidavit of Notice (proof of service on property owner)
- Affidavit of Search (if unable to locate, what did you do to locate the property owner)
- Affidavit of Publication (proof of publication)