The St. Louis Department of Revenue has four offices to serve patrons.
Missouri state law requires real property and personal property taxes to be paid by Dec. 31, 2012. Read this carefully to not miss the deadline. Tax payments must be postmarked or received by Dec. 31, or will be considered delinquent. Delinquent payments are subject to late charges of 2 percent interest per month, or any portion thereof, with a maximum of 18 percent per year, plus a 2 percent penalty. Self-addressed courtesy reply envelopes are included with the tax bill for mailing payments. Real property and personal property tax payments may be submitted on one check and mailed in one envelope. If the self-addressed envelope is not used, taxpayers can find the mailing address on the back of the tax bill. The last day to pay tax bills in…
St. Louis County residents can pay in Clayton, or in West, South or North County satellite offices.
St. Louis County residents have until Dec. 30 to pay their tax bills in person because county offices will be closed Dec. 31 (it's a Saturday). Tax payments that are mailed must be postmarked by Dec. 31. Residents can pay their tax bills at the Collector of Revenue’s office (41 S. Central Avenue in Clayton), or at the West County satellite office (74 Clarkson Wilson Centre, in Chesterfield) from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Offices are in north and south county too. The county takes checks or money orders at all locations and cash at the Clayton and North County offices. Real and personal property taxes can also be paid online. Residents who do not pay their taxes can incur interest and penalties, county officials said.