Treasury

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Auto Registrations
For Auto Registrations, the Treasury Office is open by appointment only.
To make an appointment, click here

Auto renewals can be processed online

Boats
Renewals can be done online using Rapid Renewal System
https://apps1.web.maine.gov/online/boat/

For new boat and trailer registrations, the Treasury Office is open by appointment only. To make an appointment, click here

For specific IFW related questions see https://www.maine.gov/ifw/

Property Tax Payments

FY22 tax bills are expected to be mailed just after Labor Day.
The FY22 first half tax amounts ARE due Friday, October 22, 2021
The FY22 second half tax amounts ARE due Friday, March 18, 2022
bILLS CAN BE FOUND ON THE 
CITIZEN SELF SERVICE WEBSITE.

Property Tax Relief Available to Older Portland Homeowners

The application period remains open until June 30 for the Portland Senior Tax Equity Program (P-STEP). Homeowners and renters who qualify for a rebate through the Maine Property Tax Fairness Credit are eligible to apply for an additional rebate through P-STEP. Eligibility requirements and application links are available on the City of Portland Assessors webpage http://www.portlandmaine.gov/145/Tax-Relief. Older Portland residents who have questions about either of these programs or need help filling out the applications may contact the Office of Elder Affairs at 541-6620 for assistance.

Services Available


Payment Options


  • Cash
  • Check made out to City of Portland
  • Credit or debit card (subject to 2.65% convenience fee)
Real Estate Taxes Due Dates 

  • 1st Half - October 22, 2021
  • 2nd Half - March 18, 2022

Note:

Interest will be charged on the first installment at an annual rate of 6% starting on October 23, 2021. Interest will be charged on the second installment at an annual rate of 6% starting March 19, 2022.


Rapid Renewal

Rapid Renewal