Welcome to Coffee County's most improved and efficient way to pay property taxes...ONLINE!
You now have the freedom to use your credit card or e-check. You may pay your taxes from the comfort of your own home. Look up is available if you want to verify that your mortgage company has paid your taxes or just want to know how much your taxes are. This information can be found 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Another convenient way to make payment is the drop box that has been installed in the Trustee's office window at the Coffee County Administrative Plaza on McArthur Street. NO CASH PLEASE!! Please use a check or money order and include the tax notice or write the receipt number on the memo portion of your check.
This office is proud of the fact that we have been accepting partial payments from October 1st of the year through the end of February of the following year.
Listed are your payment options:
(Please make check payable to: Coffee County Trustee)
In person at the Trustee's office from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
Coffee County Trustee
PO Box 467
Manchester, TN 37349
1341 McArthur Street
Manchester, TN 37355
The after hours drop-box in the Coffee County Trustee's window.
Online, using a credit card or e-check.
The Trustee's office aids elderly, qualifying veterans or their widows & disabled taxpayers in application and certification procedures with the Tennessee Tax Relief Program
Coffee County taxes are for the calendar year of January 1 through December 31 of the same year.
Payment period for county taxes are from the first Monday of October through the last day of February of the following year.
The Trustee's office accepts postal cancellation. (Just make sure your envelope is postmarked by the last day of February.) The only time postal cancellation is not honored is when delinquent taxes are turned over to Chancery Court on April 1st.
On March 1st, county taxes become delinquent and begin to accrue 1 1/2 % penalty and interest on the first day of each month.
The Coffee County Commission sets the annual tax rate.
Tennessee law does not require the mailing of tax notices indicating the amount of taxes due. Property owners are presumed to know that taxes are due without personal notification. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the responsibility of payment; not is it a reason for penalty and interest charges to be wailed if the tax bill becomes delinquent.
The property Assessor is responsible for appraising the property values on which taxes are assessed.
If your mailing address should change, please notify the Property Assessor's office at (931) 723-5126.