During Property Tax season you may pay your St. Tammany Parish Movable and Immovable Property Tax Bills via bank draft electronically. It is free and available 24/7. This service is not available after delinquent bills are mailed and during the off season.
Property Tax payments may also be mailed in the form of check or money order (assessment number must be written on check/money order) to:
STPSO Property Tax
P.O. Box 61080
New Orleans, La. 70161
STPSO Property Tax
P.O. Box 608
Covington, La 70434
PROPERTY TAX FORMS
The St. Tammany Parish Tax Collector utilizes different forms to assist the public with tax research and redemptions of property sold at the annual tax sale.
Properties that go to our annual tax sale must be redeemed by the owner to retain ownership. This form must be completed to start the redemption process.
Title companies, abstractors and attorneys will often use this form to obtain a three year tax research certificate from our office which is used in property sale transactions.
PROPERTY TAX SALE
Our annual Property Tax Sale is traditionally held every summer.
What is being “sold” at a tax sale is not land or buildings, but the amount of unpaid ad valorem taxes due for that tax year, along with any accrued penalties, interest, or other fees that have accumulated due to delinquency. Buyers unfamiliar with Louisiana Property Tax Laws are strongly recommended to consult with a legal adviser before bidding at a tax sale, since these sales are considered a “buyer beware” environment.
Anyone interested in bidding on properties at our annual Property Tax Sale must register online in advance. Registration will open July 6, 2020.
Delinquent Property Tax Payments
Delinquent property tax payments may be made Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the Justice Center in Covington or at the Sheriff's Slidell Administrative Complex at 300 Brownswitch Road. Payments may be made in person by certified check, cash, money order or by credit card (a 2.5% convenience fee will be charged on credit card transactions). Payments can also be made online via credit card.
If you have a question about Property Tax, please call 985-809-8217.