We encourage the use of our online services, email, USPS mail and lobby drop boxes.

Personal property receipts are no longer being mailed and may be printed from our website or obtained at one of our offices.

Kia Manawanui Tonu I Te wa e utaina ana te Kaihono i Raro

Ka whakatuwherahia nga tari Kohikohinga mo nga Ratonga Utu i te Taitokerau me te Tonga o nga Kaimahi a-Kaawana o te Kaute o St. Louis mai i te 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Mane tae atu ki te Paraire. 

I mua i to haerenga, ka tono maatau kia haere mai koe: 

  • Ko nga manuhiri e tika ana kia whakakakahu i to kanohi. 
  • Ka tonoa pea koe kia tatari i te raarangi. 
  • Tena koa kia haere mai ki te wa tika kia taea ai e nga kaimahi te whakaoti i a koutou whakawhitiwhitinga i mua i te katinga kua whakaritea. 
  • Na te kaha o te noho a te COVID-19 ki nga tari e rua, ko etahi waahanga o taua tatari kei waho pea. 
  • Kia mahara ki te kawe mai i nga tuhinga e tika ana kia tere ai to haerenga mai.

TINO MAU KI TE MAU I TE PUKAPUKA TONO KI A KOE (KIA KOA I RUA)

To get a Personal Property Tax Waiver (Statement of Non-Assessment) or to establish a new St. Louis County Personal Property Account, you will need:

Mo te utu Taake ka hiahia koe:

  • Raihana o te taraiwa
  • Vehicle title (signed over to you) or an ‘Application for Missouri Title’ (in your name) or out-of- state registration of your car
  • Your last ‘paid’ personal property receipt if you moved from a different jurisdiction in MO
  • Your address on January 1 of this year and two years prior
  • Your current address if different
  • Provide the date you became a resident of St Louis County

Waivers are issued only to new Missouri residents and those who did not own any personal property in previous years.

Your current year tax bill or obtain a duplicate tax bill from Collector of Revenue staff.

If you are dropping off your payment, be sure to include your name, account # or locator # on check, cashier’s check or money order and put in envelope and place in drop box.

  • Kuhua te kaute # te Kaitapu # ranei ki te haki, te haki a te kaitirotiro moni, te tono moni ranei ka maka ki te enehera ka tuu ki te pouaka takauru.

Declaration/Vehicle/Joint Account Changes you will need:

  • Tou ID
  • The title or registration of the car that needs to be added (if applicable)
  • Proof of the sale/trade/loss of the vehicle(s) that need to be removed (if applicable)

If you want to separate a joint account, you will need to show your divorce decree. Only accounts that are paid in full can be separated.