Online Payments

An email address is required to make payments online.


Payments will be applied to the most Delinquent Account. Penalty is 2% if paid within the month due. The penalty will increase to $10 or 10% , whichever is greater, but not to exceed the amount of the tax on any remaining balance. The penalty is calculated separately for each taxable item. Interest is accrued at an annual rate of 10%.

Taxes are considered late the day after the due date.

Paying by eCheck

  • There is no fee when using a checking account to pay a bill (Allow 1 to 4 days for debit to occur.) Please note that multiple transactions with the same banking information will be combined.
  • Make sure all bank information is accurate. If an ACH Number is listed on your check, please use that number instead of the usual Routing/Transit ABA number listed at the bottom of the check. The ACH Number is a specific number that financial institutions use to process electronic transactions. Please do not copy and paste! 
  • Do not use Savings Accounts, Deposit Slips, Money Market Accounts or Credit Card issued Convenience Checks! Personal/Business Checking Accounts Only!
  • Businesses, if you are paying from a commercial account with controlled disbursement, debit block, and or account reconciliation, your bank will not accept the payment. To make a payment online you must email a request to the Treasurer for the County of York Company ID and add it to your Financial Institutions ACH Fraud Control List.
  • If your payment is returned unpaid, you authorize us to make a one-time electronic fund transfer from your account to collect a fee of $35.

Paying by Credit Card

Only MasterCard and Visa accepted.

  • A service fee (2.75%) will be charged if you choose to pay your taxes by MasterCard or Visa.

Business License & Consumer/Excise Tax

Please contact the Commissioner of the Revenue at 757-890-3383.

Dog Tags

  • If you have received a notice from the Treasurer you may purchase the dog tag online.

Utility Bills

Utility Bills must be paid by 5 p.m. on the due date to avoid a late fee that will be applied to the account on the next business day.