County Treasurer

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Paying your Property Taxes
We accept Paper Checks (Personal, Business, & Cashier's Checks), Money Orders, and Cash as payment for most property taxes.

You may also make your payments by Credit/Debit Card online (below). When paying for Property Taxes for Mobile Home Tax Releases and Split/Combined Properties, we will only accept Cashier's Checks, Money Orders or Cash.

Please make payments payable to: McKinley County Treasurer

Mail Payments to: 207 W. Hill Ave Suite 101, Gallup, NM 87301

We also have a drop-off payment box on the outside east main entrance

Pay your taxes online

We have enhanced the online payment process. When making your payment online, Please use your Account Number as the Account ID and click "Search".

Convenience Fee of 2.5% ($2 minimum) for Credit/Debit Cards and a flat fee of $1.50 for electronic checks.

Pay your taxes over-the-phone
Call 1-844-329-7600

2021 Property Taxes due dates

The 2021 property tax bills were mailed out in the middle of October 2021.

  • The first half is due November 10, 2021, but penalty and interest will be applied after December 10, 2021.
  • The second half is due April 10, 2022, but penalty and interest will be applied after May 10, 2022.

Penalty rate of 1% is applied every month on the 11th on the unpaid tax amount after the due date, but does not exceed 5 months. Interest rate of 1% is applied every month on the 11th on the unpaid tax amount after the due date, until the taxes are paid in full. Penalty and interest are in accordance to NMSA statutes 7-38-49 and 7-38-50.

Treasurer's Responsibilities

The County Treasurer serves a four year term (Section 4-38-6, NMSA 1978). The Treasurer's statutory duties (Section 4-43-2, NMSA 1978) include:


  • To keep account of all monies received and disbursed;

  • To keep regular accounts of all checks and warrants drawn on the Treasury and paid;

  • To keep the books, papers, and monies pertaining to this Office ready for inspection by the Board of County Commissioners at all times.

County revenues consist of property and other taxes, various fees, licenses, and distributions and grants from the state and federal governments. The County Treasurer is the ex-officio collector of all county revenues and has all powers and duties provided by law to county collectors (Section 4-43-3, NMSA 1978). The Treasurer is responsible for the collection of taxes, penalties, and interest due under the Property Tax Code (Sections 7-35-1 through 7-38-90, NMSA 1978). County revenues are also distributed by the County Treasurer (Section 6-10-36, NMSA 1978), and an administrative charge is to be assessed to each entity that receives funding through an ad valorem distribution (Section 7-38-38.1, NMSA 1978). After valuation of all property, it is the responsibility of the Treasurer and Assessor to administer and enforce property tax matters.

The Treasurer also supervises the deposit, safekeeping and investment of all county funds, with the advice and consent of the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) sitting as the Board of Finance regarding the determination and qualification of banks, savings and loans and credit union to receive the county's deposit (Section 6-10-8, NMSA 1978).

The Treasurer is also in charge of compiling the budget that is approved by the Board of Commissioners and the Department of Finance & Administration (DFA) and operating the office within budgetary limitations.

Treasurer's Calendar

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. Real Estate
  2. Mobile Homes