Important Updates:

San Juan County has consolidated all the relevant information about the coronavirus and COVID-19 in one place, More here...

San Juan County ,offices have reopened, following COVID Safe Practices, learn more here 
There are a number of resources for behavioral and mental health support here More...

About Us

San Juan County Treasurer's Office is eager to serve the counties community with integrity, professionalism and courtesy, while conforming to the New Mexico State Taxation and Revenue Property Tax Division rules and regulations. We are responsible for collecting, keeping accounts and distributing taxpayers' funds to the appropriate diverse county sectors. In addition, we invest idle funds and allocated investments gains and interest to various county sectors on a monthly basis. Accountability and conscientiousness are the means we utilize to achieve our goals in providing convenient and lawful monetary services for our community. 

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Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • Can I pay my tax bill online?

  • How are taxes determined?

  • I notified the Treasurers' office about my change of address last year. The tax bill this year was still mailed to the old address. WHY?

  • I received a Tax Bill and there is a red “X” in the box marked that my mortgage company has requested my Tax Bill. I don’t have a mortgage company…or… My taxes are not part of my escrow with my mortgage company. What do I do?

  • I received a tax bill from your office at the beginning of November, but my mortgage company pays my taxes…what do I do?

  • I received a Tax Bill with my name and address following the previous owner’s name as “C/O”. How come?

  • I received a tax bill with my name and address on the bill and I sold the property.

  • If I do not receive a Notice of Value, or a Tax Bill but I own property in San Juan County, do I still owe taxes?

  • My mailing address has changed. What do I need to do to make sure I receive my Notice of Value and Tax Bill(s)?

  • What Tax Year am I being billed for?

  • When are my taxes due?

  • Why did I get charged $5.00 when my taxes were less than $5.00?