View/Pay Tax Bills Online

View Tax Bills Online

General and School Tax Bills may be viewed online in the Receiver of Taxes Payment Center. Using your Parcel ID (school district, section, block and lot numbers) or tax bill number, you may search for your current General and School Tax Bills. If you don't know your parcel ID or have an old tax bill for reference, you may look up your parcel ID by your property address by visiting Nassau County's Land Records Viewer.

Pay Taxes Online

You may pay your current tax bill by credit card or electronic check online. Payment by credit card will incur a convenience fee of 2.3% of your total tax payment. Please note that a minimum convenience fee of $1.50 applies for credit card transactions. A flat fee of $0.90 will be charged for electronic check payments. VISA Personal Debit transactions will incur a flat rate fee of $3.95 per transaction. These convenience fees are not payable to the Town of Hempstead, but rather to eGov Strategies, the company that processes the credit card and electronic check transactions.

To pay your tax bill online, please continue to the Receiver of Taxes Payment Center.

Pay Taxes By Phone

If you prefer to pay your current tax bill by telephone using a credit card or electronic check, please call eGOv Strategies at 1-833-378-1236 . Payment by credit card will incur a convenience fee of 2.3% of your total tax payment. Please note that a minimum convenience fee of $1.50 applies for credit card transactions. A flat fee of $0.90 will be charged for electronic check payments. VISA Personal Debit transactions will incur a flat rate fee of $3.95 per transaction. These convenience fees are not payable to the Town of Hempstead, but rather to eGov Strategies, the company that processes the credit card and electronic check transactions.

About Delinquent Taxes

The Receiver of Taxes can only collect taxes for the current year’s levy. Any tax arrears from previous levies must be paid through the Nassau County Treasurer; they cannot be made through this site. Delinquent School Taxes are collected by the Treasurer’s Office beginning June 1st, and delinquent General Taxes are collected by the Treasurer’s Office beginning September 1st. The Nassau County Treasurer’s Office is located at 1 West Street in Mineola, and can be reached by telephone at 516-571-2090.