Do I need to write a separate check if I'm paying on more than one parcel?

When a taxpayer is paying on several parcels, it is not necessary to write more than one check. You may add up the amount due on all of your parcels and write one check for the total (make sure to include all payment stubs with your payment).

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1. What licenses does your office issue?
2. Can I pay my taxes over the phone?
3. Why have I received a bill (tax statement) when my mortgage company should be paying the taxes?
4. When are property taxes due?
5. When paying property taxes, can I make a partial payment?
6. When will we receive our tax statements?
7. Do I need to write a separate check if I'm paying on more than one parcel?
8. What if I pay my property taxes late?
9. Will I receive a reminder if I forget to pay my taxes by the due date?
10. What if I purchase my property after the tax statements have already been mailed?
11. What if I've lost or misplaced my tax statement? Can I obtain another copy of my Property Tax Statement?
12. What if my total tax is less than $100?
13. How do I change the mailing address on my property tax statements?