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Northampton County Tax Department


Mission Statement
To efficiently and effectively served the citizens of Northampton County, while providing superior customer service.
 

Northampton County Tax Department consists of three areas, they are:

Tax Collections and Listing- All County taxes are listed, billed and collected by this office, with the exception of motor vehicle taxes.  Motor vehicle taxes are paid with vehicle registration through DMV.  All inquires concerning county taxes owed or paid are to be directed to the Collections Office.

Land Records - This office maintains county maps.  Copies of county maps can be purchased by the public. Current real estate ownership is mapped by the plotting of metes and bounds from recorded deeds and plats. Parcel identification numbers are assigned to each piece of real estate.

Appraisal - The Appraisal Office maintains the listings of real estate and improvements thereon. The value of real property is determined by applying the Schedule of Rules, Standards and Values adopted during the previous revaluation. 

Tax Administrator:
Jaime B. Mason

Assistant Tax Administrator
Kathy Butler

Chief Tax Collector:
Edna Johnson

GIS Coordinator:
Joy Edwards

Appraiser
Rhonda Garner


104 Thomas Bragg Street
PO Box 637
Jackson, NC 27845

Phone Collection:    (252)534-4461
Land Records:         (252)534-5941
Listing:                     (252)534-3431
Revaluation:            (252)534-1309

Fax: (252) 534-1406

 

 



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Tax Administrator
Jaime B. Mason

A native of Northampton County, Jaime B. Mason worked for more than 10 years as a Finance Manager and Project Director. She is an effective manager adept at delivering services across multiple counties with consistency, excellence and in a manner that is sustainable and can be monitored to determined cost effectiveness and the extent to which target population is served.

Ms. Mason spent a decade working in the banking industry where she had oversight of data management. She managed hard copy as well as electronic files and filed reports for major banks.

Ms. Mason also has experience in budgeting, revenue tracking and reporting. She is a fundraiser who can plan and execute revenue-generating events. She writes grant proposals for federal, state, and foundation funding.

A graduate of Northampton High School East, she earned an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Management with a Minor in Public Administration from Shaw University, Raleigh NC. She is a licensed minister in the General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and she is the mother of four children.

Payment Options
Online payments are available at https://northamptonnctax.com/#/ or click 
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A drop box is located at 104 Thomas Bragg Street, Jackson, NC 27845.
(directly in front of the building)
 
To pay by phone please call:  (252) 534-4461
Online Tax Forms
Tax forms and Information
2021 Advertising of Tax Liens

ADVERTISEMENT OF TAX LIENS ON REAL PROPERTY

Under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by Section 105-369 of the North Carolina General Statutes pursuant to an order of the Board of Commissioners of Northampton County and the Town Council of Gaston, Lasker, Rich Square, Seaboard and Woodland, I am hereby advertising unpaid tax liens for the year 2021.  As required by law I am advertising in the name of the owner of record as of January 6, 2021, which is the date the property, became delinquent. The amount shown includes cost and interest.  Omission of cost and interest will not constitute a waiver of Northampton County’s claim for those items. Northampton County may foreclose the tax liens and sell the real property subject to its liens in satisfaction of its claim of taxes.

Ad List

When a parcel was subdivided after January 1, 2021 and ownership of one or more of the resulting parcels was transferred the amount of the tax lien on each parcel as shown in this advertisement is the amount of the lien on the original parcel as it existed on January 1, 2021 and is subject to adjustment when the taxes are paid or the lien is foreclosed.




 

2021 tax bills

The Northampton County 2021 tax bills have been mailed. Tax bills were due September 1, 2021.  Interest will not begin until after January 5, 2022.  Tax bills are always due September 1st of each year.  Tax bills are late and interest will be added after January 5th of each year.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our office at (252) 534-3431 or (252) 534-4461.

Thank you,
Jaime B. Mason
Tax Administrator

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