Online Payments

Pay your Property Tax Bill Online:
To view, pay and print your tax bills in a secure and convenient environment, Click Here to be directed to our secure online Tax Roll and Payment System.

Additional processing fees will apply (subject to change without notice)

Fees for Town of Cairo E-Payment Service:

  • VISA (Credit), MasterCard & Discover (Credit & Debit)  2.45% per transaction (minimum fee $3.95)
  • ATM/Network Debit Cards (PIN-Debit Only)                    2.45% per transaction(minimum fee $3.95)
  • VISA Consumer Debit Cards                                               $3.95 per transaction
  • Electronic Checks / ACH                                                      $1.75 per transaction

To pay a Court Fine Ticket:
To pay your court ticket online , Click Here to be directed to our secure Court Payment System or call 1-888-912-1541.

Pay Your Ambulance Bill Online:

To pay your Town of Cairo Ambulance bill online, Click Here to be directed to our secure payment system. Additional processing fees will apply as follows:

Pay Your Water – Sewer Bills Online:

To pay your Town of Cairo Water – Sewer bill online, Click Here to be directed to our secure payment system. Additional processing fees will apply as follows:

Water – Sewer & Ambulance Processing Fees::

For the Ambulance and Water-Sewer payment the Internet Payment Service Fees:

  • $0.01 – $50.00 = FEE $1.75
  • $50.01 – $75.00 = FEE $2.00
  • $75.01 – $100.00 = FEE $3.75
  • $100.01 – $150.00 = FEE $5.75
  • $150.01 – $200.00 = FEE $7.25
  • Each additional increment of $50.00 or portion thereof, add $2.00

Telephone – Assisted Payment Service Fee

  • $0.01 – $50.00 = FEE $5.75
  • $50.01 – $75.00 = FEE $6.00
  • $75.01 – $100.00 = FEE $7.75
  • $100.01 – $150.00 = FEE $9.75
  • $150.01 – $200.00 = FEE $11.25
  • Each additional increment of $50.00 or portion thereof, add $2.00

Did you know...

Did you know...

Cairo is home to the oldest geologic site in the world, with evidence of a prehistoric forest dating back roughly 387 million years. In 2012, an archaeological dig at a stone quarry on town property discovered the remains of some of the earliest trees to evolve.  These Devonian period fossil root systems form the footprint of an ancient stand of trees belonging to the world’s oldest known forest. Evidence of an extinct, palm-like tree named cladoxylopsid was discovered, as well as conifer relative (archaeopteris) that may be the missing link between trees that reproduce with spores (like ferns) and the seed bearing trees we know today.

(Photo from: Claude Haton.)