Paying your property tax

E-Check and credit or debit cards are accepted. There are fees associated with each payment type which are not charged or collected by Crow Wing County. They are charged and collected by OrbiPaythe payment processor.  *Please allow 3 to 4 days processing time for online payments to credit Crow Wing County accounts.

E-Check Option:  Transaction fee of $1.95  (Payment limit of $50k )

Credit or Debit Card:  Transaction fee of 2.35% of total transaction or $1.95, whichever is greater. (Payment limit of $50k) 

Please call Land Services (218-824-1010) before paying delinquent taxes online to ensure you are paying the right amount and that you do not incur any further penalties or interest. Thank you!

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Paying in Person

Taxes may be paid at our customer service counter Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by dropping your payment in the drop box outside our office at anytime. 

Paying by Mail

Please be sure to include your remittance stub from your tax statement when mailing in your payment. Tax payments may be mailed to the Land Services office at the following address:

Land Services

322 Laurel Street Ste 15

Brainerd, MN 56401

Delinquent Taxes - 

It is recommended that payment of delinquent tax be done in person or by calling our office to verify the amount due and mailing a check or money order to our office.

Taxes become delinquent if not paid by December 31 of the year they become due. Pursuant to Minnesota Statute 280.39, payments for delinquent taxes may be paid in inverse order of year due (example 2011, then 2010, then 2009, etc). Payments will be accepted for any delinquent year you choose to pay, however please be aware that payments will be applied in inverse order as allowed by statute.

If you have questions regarding this process, please feel free to contact our office at (218) 824-1010.