Amy Jenkins, Boone County Collector
P.O. Box 1152
Harrison, AR 72602
(870) 741-6646 Office
(870) 741-5838 Fax
Paying Property and Real Estate Taxes in Boone County, Arkansas
After making your assessment in Boone County it becomes due and payable the first business day of March of the following year. A 10% penalty will be applied if payment is postmarked after October 15.
Statements are to be mailed out by July 1st of each year. If you have a new address or you do not receive your statement by that date please contact our office. Failure to receive a statement does not excuse you from taxes or penalties ACA 26-35-705
Partial payments can be accepted on current accounts prior to the October deadline. Partial payments cannot be accepted on delinquent accounts. Personal Property must be paid first.
Different ways to Pay:
• By Mail:
Make payable to: Boone County Tax Collector
P.O. Box 1152
Harrison, AR 72602-1152
Include your Tax ID and a self addressed, stamped envelope to receive a receipt
• In Person:
201 N Main (the Old Federal Building)
Harrison, AR 72601
• By Phone: 1-866-257-2055 County Code 5
• Mobile Payment (Smart Phone): http://www.arkansas.gov/m
• Online at: https://www.ark.org/propertytax/boone/index.php
The accepted payment method is with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover credit card, or an eCheck. (An eCheck is a method of debiting the funds electronically from your checking account just as you would write a check)
The total amount will be adjusted to allow for the electronic processing of the transaction through the state's eGovernment service provider, Arkansas.gov.
Your taxes will be delinquent after October 15th and you will receive a 10% penalty after that date. If your Real Estate taxes become 2 years delinquent they will be certified to the State of Arkansas and can only be redeemed through the Commissioner of State Lands.
- Commissioner of State Lands 109 State Capitol Building Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 324-9422 or Fax (501) 324-9421
From the convenience of your office or home you can research property sales histories, commercial and residential building descriptions and legal descriptions. This is the easiest way to access Arkansas county property information and the service is free.