Bannock County Courthouse in Pocatello Idaho

Bannock County Treasurer

2nd half 2020 taxes due 6/20/21.

Due to the fact that the 20th is a Sunday, we will accept "on-time" payments Monday June 21, 2021.

Payment Options:

  • In Person - Room #203 using the 6th street Courthouse entrance or the Center Street Courthouse entrance.
  • Drop-box - White drop box located in front of the Courthouse on Center Street.
  • Credit or debit cards - (outside vendor does charge a convenience fee)
  • E-checks (outside vendor does charge a convenience fee) Online payments can be made by accessing the Bannock County website

If you have any payment questions please call the Bannock County Treasurer/Tax collector office at 208-236-7220.

2017 Delinquent Tax Listing

Jennifer L. Clark - Bannock County Treasurer
624 East Center, Room 203
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: 208-236-7220
Fax: 208-236-7033
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm except holidays

More about the Treasurer and our office

Reminder, 1st half property taxes are due December 20 of current year & 2nd half are due June 20 of the next year. Tax amounts and payments are not available on this web site, at this time. Call the Treasurer's office for information. If paying after the due date, please call 208-236-7220 for the amount due with late charge and interest.

To Pay Online Visit The Following Provider:

Point & Pay
Pay with credit card, debit card, or E-check.

Make a Payment

Other Payment Methods:

Pay By Phone Using Your Credit Card: 
Call 208-236-7220
Have your parcel number and bill number available.

Mail Your Payment:
Bannock County Treasurer
624 East Center, Room 203
Pocatello, ID 83201
Be sure to write your parcel number on your check.

Pay In Person:
Bannock County Courthouse
624 E Center, RM 203
Pocatello, ID  83201
Have your parcel number and bill number available.

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Responsibilities includes continuing the excellent customer service that has been established in this office, collecting and accounting for the property taxes assessed by the County and the other taxing districts; receiving all moneys belonging to the county; keeping records of the receipts and expenditures from all funds; making monthly statements with auditor and presenting to county commissioners; investing county funds safely; and serving as personal representative for the estate of deceased persons when no relative is able or willing to serve as administrator.

As Bannock County Treasurer the goal is to find avenues that work to help the taxpayer. One goal was to bring back the process of tax billing in-house. This took a lot of cooperation with other offices that are involved in this process. By bringing the tax billing in-house this saved county money which in turn saves the tax payer money.

My staff and I are always willing to assist taxpayers with their questions and problems. Our Mission Statement is; to bring our citizens the continued, effective, courteous and considerate service that they deserve and to which they are accustomed. We pride ourselves in being helpful, accurate and professional in our interactions with our customers and to make the tax paying process as pleasant as possible. If you have any further questions that this web site does not address, please contact our office and we will be happy to help.

Bannock County Treasurer's Office Staff
Jennifer, Lori, Misty, Alison, Katy, Radiance

For Information Call:
Questions regarding the taxing districts that receive revenue from your property taxes: Numbers are listed on this website under Taxing Districts.

Questions regarding the assessed value of your property:
Bannock County Assessor, Sheri Davies 208-236-7260

Questions regarding your tax bill:
Bannock County Treasurer, Jennifer Clark 208-236-7220

Other questions:
Bannock County Commissioners  208-236-7210
Email Kristi Davenport

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