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eNotices Online

How to set up your eNotices Online account

  1. You will need to locate your "eNoticesOnline.com Authorization Code." This is usually located right above or below your parcel or account number on your latest notice or statement. It will say "eNoticesOnline.com Authorization Code:" followed by your code.
  2. Once you have located it, go to eNoticesOnline.com and click on the "Create New Account" link at the top right portion of the page. In the page that comes up, complete the registration form including the Authorization Code.
  3. Once you submit the form, you should receive an email to the address you provided during registration. You MUST click on the enclosed link to validate your email address and activate your account. Check your junk email if you do not receive activation link within a couple minutes. Also, it is a good idea to add help@enoticesonline.com to your email whitelist.
  4. Once activated, you will receive another email indicating you were successful and listing the accounts/parcels that you activated.
  5. If you have more eNoticesOnline.com Authorization Codes to enter, log into your account and go to My Account ⇒ New Authorization Code and enter any remaining codes you may have. This will allow you to view all of your notices with one eNoticesOnline.com account.

Note: You are registering for paperless notices and statements when you register at eNoticesOnline.com. It will be your responsibility to keep your email address up to date or you will be automatically returned to paper.

If you need further assistance, please go to help.enoticesonline.com

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Reminders About Your Tax Payments

Be Aware of Due Dates
Be aware of the important dates and deadlines for payments, applications for property tax relief and assessment appeals. It is particularly important that you be aware of your property tax due dates. Tax bills are mailed on each parcel, however, failure to receive a tax bill does not excuse the taxpayer from paying the taxes, late charge, and interest accrued, if any.

Address Changes
Be sure to notify the Assessor's Office whenever your mailing address changes.

Mailing Tax Payments
When mailing a tax payment, make sure the envelope is U.S. postmarked on or before the due date.

Idaho State Tax Commission
For sales tax forms and filing information, go to the Idaho State Tax Commission website, contact them at 800-972-7660, or e-mail the tax commission.

Treasurer

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Barbara A. Fry

Email Barb

Location

Office Location
Courthouse
1230 Main Street
Lewiston, ID 83501

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 896
Lewiston, ID 83501


 

Contact Us

Phone
208-799-3030

Fax
208-799-3037

Office Hours
Monday-Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

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