NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
COUNTY OF HAWAII
2022-2023 REAL PROPERTY TAX
Real property tax bills for the second-half installment of taxes due for the 2022-2023 tax year have been mailed to all property owners or their respective agents servicing their accounts. The second-half installment of taxes must be paid on or before TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2023, or they will be delinquent and subject to penalty and interest charges.
If you are responsible for paying the real property taxes and HAVE NOT RECEIVED your real property tax bill, please call the Real Property Tax Division, County of Hawaii, at (808) 961-8282 for a duplicate bill. Persons who have recently paid-off their mortgages should also call to ensure that tax bills are sent to their attention, rather than the bank or financial institution.
You may pay your real property tax bill online at
Administrative costs associated with online payments will be passed on to you in the form of an additional fee by the online vendor. Credit cards are not accepted at our Hilo or Kona Offices.
To pay by mail, return the bottom portion of the tax bill or to pay in person, bring the entire tax bill to:
COUNTY OF HAWAII, DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
REAL PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
AUPUNI CENTER, 101 PAUAHI STREET, SUITE 4
HILO, HI 96720-4224
To pay in person at the West Hawaii Office, bring the entire tax bill to:
WEST HAWAII REAL PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
WEST HAWAII CIVIC CENTER
74-5044 ANE KEOHOKALOLE HWY, BLDG D, 2nd FLOOR
KAILUA-KONA, HI 96740
If you have your tax bill, you may use the drop box located outside the Aupuni Center Building in Hilo next to the U.S. Mailbox by the Motor Vehicle Registration Office or the drop box located on the south facing wall of our Hilo Real Property Tax Office, 101 Pauahi Street, Suite 4, Hilo, HI. You may also use the drop box located outside the Kona Real Property Tax Division or the drop box located at our office at 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Bldg D, 2nd Floor, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740. Your cancelled check will be your receipt.
Property owners are reminded that failure to pay your taxes by the due date because of non-receipt of any tax bill will not excuse you from being assessed a penalty of 10% plus interest of 12% a year. The postmarked date is the date of receipt.
DEANNA SAKO, Finance Director, County of Hawaii
Hawaii Tribune Herald: February 5, & 15, 2023
West Hawaii Today: February 5, & 15, 2023
Hawai’i County is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer
(WHT1403755 2/5, 2/15/23)