Access your Pinal County property tax information on mobile device app

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 9/18/20

Pinal County property tax information is available on mobile devices with an app.

The application connects property owners to their tax information using the latest mobile technology, according to …

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Access your Pinal County property tax information on mobile device app

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Pinal County property tax information is available on mobile devices with an app.

The application connects property owners to their tax information using the latest mobile technology, according to a release.

“Enter your parcel numbers or scan them from barcodes and QR codes on your current bills and postcards to save them to the app. Then see property tax statuses and find easy access to online payment options right on your phone or tablet,” the release states.

Users will also receive push notifications regarding the availability of new tax bills, payment due dates and important milestones.

The app is available for free on Android and Apple platforms. Search the app store on your device for “Pinal County Property Tax.”

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