Welcome to the Town of Oyster Bay
Online Tax Payment Portal
The 2022-2023 School tax collection is now open.
The First Half of the 2022-2023 School tax collection is due on October 1st, and the final
day to pay without penalty is November 10th. You can expect to receive your tax bill in
the mail the first week in October.
You can pay your taxes online with a checking account for a small fee or by credit
card for a much higher fee charged by the credit card companies
( The Town of Oyster Bay receives no portion of the fee).
If you are using Internet Explorer(IE) to connect to this website, please switch to Edge or Chrome to eliminate any potential issues to view or make payments, Microsoft has discontinued support of Internet Explorer.
Receiver of Taxes
*Most mobile devices can be used to pay your taxes. Older devices may not work properly due to outdated technology. *If you experience an issue using Safari as your browser, please use Chrome.
Please Note: Convenience fees for payments are collected in a separate transaction in accordance with the applicable fee schedule. In addition, New York State law mandates that the Town of Oyster Bay does not receive any portion of the convenience fee – this fee is retained by the payment processing vendors enabling the transaction. *Please note that payments via the website are final and not reversible. Please use caution when entering online payments.
This website is for Town of Oyster Bay residents use only. Title & Abstract Companies, Management Companies and Banks not paying through a TSO must remit payment by paper check and include a $10 duplicate bill fee. Failure to include a $10 duplicate bill fee will result in payment being returned.
The information contained on this website and its pages is obtained from municipal databases. In the event of a discrepancy between the information displayed on this website and the information contained in the databases maintained by the municipality, those maintained by the municipality shall prevail. No errors on this website excuse or lessen a user’s actual tax liability. If you feel your tax liability or other information presented is in error, please contact us or check directly with the Office of the Receiver of Taxes.