**Public Notice **    The public is hereby notified of a Special Called Meeting of the Nashville Town Council on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7:00 PM in Town Council Chambers.  This meeting will be held for the purpose of:  Consideration of participation in the Downtown Strong Initiative; Closed Session for personnel and for real estate.  The public is invited to attend.

**Public Notice**     The Town Council of the Town of Nashville will  hold a   Public Hearing  on  Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 7:00 pm in Town Council Chambers at which  time the council will hear public comments on   the application from the  Nashville Chamber of Commerce   for the 23rd Annual Nashville Blooming Festival from May 8-11, 2019,  on the application from the Sudan's Shriner's for a Ceremonial Parade  on May 18, 2019, and on  the application from the Church on the Rise for a Color Run 5k  on October 12, 2019.


Tax Collections

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Tax Collections for the Town of Nashville are overseen   by the Tax Collector who also serves as the Purchasing Agent.   The duties of the Tax Collector include:

  • Billing and collecting real estate and personal property taxes, municipal service district tax, and stormwater fees for properties located within the Town
  • Providing tax information to the public and legal professionals
  • Processing tax refunds and releases

The Tax Rate for any given year is set forth in the budget ordinance adopted by the governing board by July 1 for the given year.

Tax Bills are mailed out during the month of August and are due and payable September 1 of the fiscal year  the taxes are levied. Taxes not paid by January 5th following the due date are delinquent.

Taxes paid on or after January 6th   following the due date are subject to interest charges. Interest accrues on January 6th at the rate of 2 percent and .075 percent for each month or portion additional month. Interest is not prorated within a month. The full month’s interest charge accrues on the first day of that month.

Delinquent taxes are subject to immediate levy, garnishment, and foreclosure, attachment of bank accounts, rents, state refunds, or lottery winnings.

Payments made by mail are considered received by the tax office as of the date of the United States Postal Service postmark stamped on the envelope. If payments are not postmarked, then payment is deemed received when it actually arrives in the tax office.

Unpaid taxes will be advertised in the local newspaper in accordance with N.C. Gen. Stat.  §    105-369.

Returned payments are null and void and shall be assessed a penalty as provided in N.C. Gen. Stat.  §  105-257.