Tax statements are mailed to the address of the deeded owner, as of March 1 of the tax year, that is on the address list that is maintained by the Grant County Auditor. Failure on the part of the US Postal Service to timely deliver a tax statement constitutes a situation that is outside of our control. There are other options available whenever a tax statement delivery problem might occur.
The options are:
1. You can print out a copy of the information that is available online.
2. We will e-mail a tax satement as a PDF file, upon request.
3. A copy of the printed statement can be picked up at our office.
Our e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
We do not remail a tax statement when the post office returns it to us because we assume that the postal service would simply return it to us again. Even if the postal service has returned a tax statement to us with an attached sticker that shows a new address on it, state law requires that we mail the statement only to the address that is on file in the Auditor's office. State law also forbids us from mailing any tax statement within 15 days of a due date.