The Trustee's office is responsible for the collection of real and personal property taxes for Coffee County.
Delinquent Personal Property Taxes
Delinquent personal property taxes can now be paid through:
American Financial Credit Services Toll Free: 888-317-2327 ext. 3
Property tax notices are mailed in October. All property taxes are due upon receipt. Interest will be applied monthly beginning March 1st. You can make payments with the following options:
- In person at the Trustee's office from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday:
1341 McArthur St, Ste A
Manchester, TN 37355
- Mail your payment:
Coffee County Trustee
P.O. Box 467
Manchester, TN 37349
- After hours drop-box in the Coffee County Trustee's window. (NO CASH, please)
- Pay Online, using a credit card or e-check. (Fee applies)
- BIS Payment by Phone: 1-877-768-5048. (Fee applies)
- At participating local banks (listed on the back of your property tax notice)
Please make sure receipt number(s) or property address(es) are provided with payment. All checks need to be payable to Coffee County Trustee.
This office accepts partial payments. Interest applies to all unpaid balances on March 1st.
- The Trustee's office aids qualifying elderly, disabled veterans, disabled veterans’ widows, and disabled taxpayers in the application process in accordance with the state guidelines of the Tennessee Tax Relief Program.
- Coffee County taxes are for the calendar year of January 1 through December 31 of the same year. Tax notices are mailed to the property owner of record as of January 1st.
- Payment period for county taxes are from the first Monday of October through the last day of February of the following year.
- The Trustee's office accepts post mark dates. The only time postal cancellation is not honored is when delinquent taxes are turned over to Chancery Court on April 1st.
- On March 1st, county taxes become delinquent and begin to accrue 1.5 % penalty and interest and increases each month thereafter.
- The Coffee County Commission sets the property tax rate.
- Tennessee law does not require the mailing of tax notices indicating the amount of taxes due. Property owners are presumed to know that taxes are due without personal notification. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the responsibility of payment; nor is it a reason for penalty and interest charges to be waived if the tax bill becomes delinquent.
- The property Assessor is responsible for appraising the property values on which taxes are assessed.
- If your mailing address should change, please notify the Property Assessor's office at 931-723-5126.