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Second semester property tax bills have been mailed out, payment deadline is August 5th

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Owners who have not received their statements by July 22 should call the Treasurer’s Office to confirm payment amounts or request copies of invoices.

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Mahoning County Treasurer Dan Yemma announced Monday that homeowners had received their first-half property tax bills in the mail for about 166,000 packages.

The deadline to pay without penalty is Friday August 5th. Owners who have not received their statements by July 22 should call the Treasurer’s Office to confirm payment amounts or request copies of invoices.

Yemma says the Treasurer’s Office is working on a feature for taxpayers to view their bill online and plans to get it working soon. The final invoice for taxpayers of the installment program has also been mailed.

Online tax payment options have been significantly expanded, now including the ability to pay via Google Pay, Apple Pay, PayPal, and Venmo in addition to credit cards and e-checks. This can be done online, as well as by text or phone.

Additionally, taxpayers have the ability to schedule and set up automatic payments. Transaction fees are charged by the third-party provider of the Treasurer’s Office.

You can also send payments by mail. Mailed payments should be sent to the Treasurer’s Office Attn: Daniel R. Yemma at 120 Market Street in Youngstown. All payments postmarked by August 5 will be treated as on-time payments.

The office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday for taxpayers who wish to pay in person.