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Missoula County tax bills being mailed out

Posted at 11:06 AM, Oct 30, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-30 13:06:33-04
Missoula County Courthouse
The Missoula County Courthouse in downtown Missoula. (MTN News file photo)

MISSOULA – It’s that time of year again!

Missoula County tax bills are being mailed out this week to all property owners in the county and are already available online. Tax payments for the first half of the year are due by 5 p.m. Friday, November 30.

Tax payments are currently being accepted and online payments may be made via credit card, debit card or electronic check. Service fees apply when paying online.

Taxes can be paid:

  • By mail: Clerk and Treasurer’s Office, 200 W. Broadway St., Missoula MT, 59802
  • Online:
  • In person: Missoula County Courthouse Annex, 200 West Broadway in  Missoula
  • Courthouse dropbox: located in the west parking lot

To access tax bills online:

  • Visit
  • Search by last name, property address, geocode or taxpayer ID
  • After the query has run, click “Detail” to view a pie chart that breaks down taxes among the different jurisdictions

County officials note that many residents are likely to see an increase from last year’s tax bill that’s attributed to the voter-approved bonds issued for construction of the new Missoula Public Library.

Also, this is the last year taxpayers will see the county jail debt service line on their tax bills, as those voter-approved bonds will be paid off this year.

A full breakdown of current voter-approved levies and bonds is available online.