(Juneau) Dodge County Treasurer Patti Hilker is encouraging property owners to get their tax payment in the mail. Taxpayers who postponed the second installment of their property taxes have until the end of the month. The US Postal Service recommends mailing first class mail at least seven days prior to the due date to ensure-on time delivery. Hilker advises taxpayers to make sure to check the balance of your first installment receipt to ensure proper payment because your second payment is not the same as your first payment. Payments can be made with a credit or debit card online or by calling an 800-number www.acipayonline.com or 800-272-9829 with the jurisdiction code #5936 or at the Treasurer’s Office, 127 East Oak Street in Juneau. Hilker says if you must pay in person use the entrance on Miller Street as all other entrances are locked. Office hours are weekdays 8am until 4:30pm. There are additional fees to pay online or by phone. Taxpayers mailing after the deadline are subject to interest and a penalty of 10.5%…and for the second installment that is retroactive to February 1. Hilker says payment information will be posted to the Dodge County website. To view receipts, visit www.co.dodge.wi.gov and click on Land Information Search. The due date for property taxes is Saturday, July 31.