Important Information Regarding Murfreesboro Tax Bills

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If you are a property owner in the city of Murfreesboro and you have not received a tax bill, you should contact the Rutherford County Property Assessor's Office.

Property Assessor Rob Mitchell says they experienced a power outage during the printing which resulted in duplicate billings to some taxpayers and no bill for others. He adds they regret they didn't discover the extent of the confusion the power outage caused sooner.

Mitchell says they now have processes and software in place to prevent this in the future.

If you didn't receive your Murfreesboro City tax bill, you should contact the property assessor's office at 615-898-7750.

Murfreesboro City Tax Bills are due no later than January 2nd, 2018. For your convenience there are three ways to pay your city taxes:

1) Stop by City Hall, 111 West Vine Street (Monday-Friday, 8AM-4:30PM)

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2) Mail your payment to: City of Murfreesboro, P.O. Box 1139, Murfreesboro, TN 37133-1139

3) View and pay your taxes online at www.murfreesborotntax.com

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If you haven't received your city tax notice, please call Murfreesboro at (615) 893-5210 for more information or the Assessor's Office at 615-898-7750.

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