Cumberland County Tax Administration reminds citizens Jan. 31 is the deadline for the 2023 annual property tax listing period. Listing forms must be updated, signed and returned and must be postmarked no later than Jan. 31 otherwise they will be charged a 10 percent late listing penalty.
Listing forms may be obtained by going online to cumberlandcountync.gov and clicking on the Tax button. Download listing forms by clicking on Forms & Publications. Listing forms may also be obtained in person at the Tax Administration Office located on the fifth floor of the Judge E. Maurice Braswell Cumberland County Courthouse, 117 Dick St., Fayetteville.
Mail listing forms to Cumberland County Tax Administration, P.O. Box 449, Fayetteville, NC 28302 or bring forms in person to Room 530 on the fifth floor of the Courthouse.
Another contactless option for submitting tax listings and forms is the secure drop box beside the U.S. Postal Service mailboxes in the rear parking lot of the Judge E. Maurice Braswell Cumberland County Courthouse facing Cool Spring and Russell streets.
Taxpayers may also make payments (checks only) using the drop box located outside Room 530 near the customer service entrance of Tax Administration.
For more information or to ask questions, call 910-678-7507 or visit co.cumberland.nc.us/departments/tax. The email address for tax questions is email@example.com.
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