Cedar County Collector of Revenue
The Cedar County Collector of Revenue is an elected official responsible for collecting current and delinquent property taxes for political subdivisions within the county. These are state approved property tax levies. The Collector is bonded. We strive to serve the taxpayers of Cedar County with friendly service and updated technology.
The Collector is Responsible for:
- Collecting and distributing railroad and utilities, real estate, and personal property taxes.
- Bankruptcy Payments
- Pre-pay Payments
- Mailing of Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Statements
- Mortgage Company Payments
- Issuing Merchants Licenses
- Conducting delinquent land tax sale the fourth Monday of August each year
- Issuing certificate of purchase, tax sale redemption and tax sale issues.
Real Estate and Personal Property taxes are levied annually and the statements are mailed out in November. Tax Payments are due by December 31st of each year, if paying by mail the postmark determines the month paid. Payments postmarked received after December 31st must include penalty and interest charges. If a tax bill is not received by December 1st, please contact the collector's office at 417.276.6700 Ext. 224. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the obligation to pay taxes and applicable late fees. If you are paying taxes after December 31st, please refer to the delinquent payment chart on the right side of the statement.
Real Estate Taxes:
The tax liability on real estate remains with the property.
Personal Property Taxes:
Taxes are assessed as of January 1st. Taxes are due for the entire year regardless if the property is no longer owned or has been moved from Cedar County. State law requires that personal property taxes be paid before license plates on a vehicle can be issued or renewed. The Department of Revenue, License Bureau accepts a paid tax receipt to verify that taxes have been paid.
Prepay statements are based on last years tax amount. There will be nine equal installments with the final installment being the balance of the tax due. Cut-off date for monthly payment is September 30. Please send only the amount shown as the monthly payment or you can make more than one payment at a time just double the amount of the monthly payment. Your regular statement that comes out around the 1st of November will show the amount that has been prepaid and the balance due. Regular statements will need to be paid by December 31st in order to prevent penalty.
If interested, feel free to contact the Collector's office during business hours.
New Stockton Location
We are so excited about this opportunity to open our Stockton location! We have moved inside the Cedar County Health Complex out on Owen Mill Rd. At this time, we are offering WIC services by appointment through this office, but we look forward to adding additional services soon. We are still in our El Dorado Springs location, so if you have any questions, come see us or feel free to call us at (417) 876-5477.
NOW HIRING WIC CERTIFIER: The Cedar County Health Department is accepting applications for a full-time WIC Certifier the pay is $14/hr.
Please call the the health department at 417-876-5477 to request an application.
Buckle Up Phone Down:
Thank you to the Cedar County Memorial Hospital for giving the Cedar County Health Department a space to put up this billboard for Texting and Driving Awareness.
Over the next five years, the Cedar County Health Department will promote Buckle Up Phone Down as part of their work with the Maternal Child Health Services through the state of Missouri. They have chosen this program due to the dangerous epidemic of texting while driving that strongly increases the risk of everyone on the roads. At any given moment, 660,000 drivers are using a cell phone while operating a vehicle. Every year, about 400 fatal crashes are caused by texting and driving, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) 02/16/2022 article, Texting and Driving Statistics 2022. Our goal is zero deaths on our roadways. You can save your life and others by practicing these two simple measures. Buckle Up and Phone Down
No Joke Totes!
In our society, getting a driver’s license is a milestone in life. It is exciting! However, we frequently fail to stop and think just how dangerous driving can be when we are careless and choose to allow distractions while we drive and/or choose not to obey simple traffic laws. The Cedar County Health Department is working under a Maternal Child Health grant to help decrease childhood injury through encouraging safe driving practices. One of our activities was to give the sophomores of Cedar County bags with safe driving tips and items with safe driving messaging, “No Joke Totes”. On 11/01/2022 we were at the El Dorado Springs High School and had a short discussion of safe driving practices with sophomores in five different history classes and gave out a total of 99 “No Joke Totes”. On 11/08/2022 the Cedar County Health Department had a short assembly with the Stockton High School sophomores discussing safe driving practices and gave out 79 “No Joke Totes”. Later that day, we talked with five sophomores and gave them each a tote at the El Dorado Springs, MO Christian School. The Cedar County Health Department looks forward to working with county to help keep our children safe. (Pictured First: Hollee Waller, RN & Kelly Bryson, Principal of El Dorado Springs Christian School) (Pictured Second: Hollee Walker, RN & Jim Flora, Principal of Stockton High School) (Pictured Third: Hollee Walker, RN & David Rotert, Principal of El Dorado Springs High School)
COVID-19 Data Reports:
- March 2022 COVID Report
- 06/06/2022 COVID Report
- 07/11/22 COVID Report
- 08/15/22 COVID Report
- 09/12/22 COVID Report
- 10/03/22 COVID Report
- 10/11/22 COVID Report
- 10/24/22 COVID Report
- 10/31/22 COVID Report
- 11/07/22 COVID Report
- 11/15/22 COVID Report
- 12/05/22 COVID Report
- 12/12/22 COVID Report
- 12/19/22 COVID Report
- 12/23/22 COVID Report
Primary Phone and WIC: 417-876-5477
Primary Fax: 417-876-5017
Victoria Barker, Director/WIC Coordinator
1317 S. Hwy 32, Suite B
El Dorado Springs, MO 64744-2037
807 Owen Mill Rd.
Stockton, MO 65785
8:00 - 4:30 (Monday - Friday) El Dorado Springs
8:30 - 4:00 (Monday's Only) Stockton
Taylor Austin, Registered Nurse
Gina Bachand, Assistant
Joyce Heuser, Contact Tracer
Cheryl Lusk, Registered Nurse
Hollee Walker, Registered Nurse
Christopher Young, Environmental Specialist
28th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COSTS
Attorneys are responsible for service and service fees. All pro se filings must deposit additional funds to cover service fees.
- Circuit Civil $100.50
- Expungements require additional surcharge $250.00 ($350.50) FILING FEE
- Domestic Relations $102.50
- Adoption $183.50 (includes $15.00 processing fee and $15.00 for first certified copy)
- Associate Civil $ 48.50
- Small Claims $ 80.50 + $30.00 for each additional Dft for service
- Small Claims with service by certified mail $ 20.50 + certified mail cost
- Small Claims Trial De Novo $ 45.00
- Termination of Child Support $ 7.53
- Decedent Estates $148.50 + $35.00 if admitting will
- Incapacitated/Disabled Estates $108.50
- Minors' Estates $ 93.50
- All other probate $ 68.50
- Receiving Will $ 3.00
- Admitting Will $ 68.50
- Refusal Letters $ 68.50
- Small Estate $ 68.50
*Sheriff service for other counties may be different - you will need to check on that*
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