Have you paid your property taxes?  No?  Well, today is the last day to do that without incurring penalties and interest.  Where do you pay those taxes?  We've got the full list of how you can make sure the tax man gets his piece of your bank account.

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You can mail them in to the El Paso Tax Assessor Collector, P.O. Box 660271, Dallas, TX 75266-0271.

You can pay with an e-check or credit card online at the City of El Paso’s Tax Office website. They accept Master Card, Visa and American Express.

You can pay by phone with an e-check or credit card (same ones as above) by calling the City’s Tax Office at (915) 212-0106.

Wells Fargo Banks are accepting full or partial payments in El Paso County until 3:00 p.m. today . You can use a check or money orders, and have to go into the lobby.  No drive-thru payments will be accepted.

The City of El Paso Tax office is another place you can pay your taxes. Go to the 3rd floor of the Downtown Wells Fargo Building at 221 N. Kansas from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. today.

You can pay at a mobile bank that will be set up at the El Paso Central Appraisal District at 5801 Trowbridge from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  You can pay by check and money order.

The County helps the City collect taxes, but they can't answer any questions about your tax bill.  There are 4 locations where the County will take your check, money order, or cash.  Those locations are 500 E. Overland, in downtown El Paso.  If you are in the Northeast part of town, go to 4641 Cohen.  The Welcome Center at Fort Bliss also takes property tax payments.  In the far east part of town, go to 9521 Socorro, Suite B4.

The County Tax Office is the only payment entity that will accept cash.  All other payment locations will only take checks, e-checks, or credit cards.

No matter where you pay your property tax bill, you will need to have your tax bill, so have it with you before you head out the door or go online.