Tax Collector Kevin Pixley
300 Main Street, Room 2
Van Buren, Arkansas 72956
: 479-474-1111
: 479-471-3239 (fax)
: [email protected]
Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F

Pay Taxes Online
Tax Record Search

What We Do

The Tax Collector's office is used for paying all County taxes, both delinquent and current. All personal property and real estate taxes are to be paid at the Collector's office. The time frame for paying taxes is from March 1 through October 15th. Any taxes paid after October 15th will be assessed as delinquent and penalties will be applied. All tax payers are encouraged to pay their taxes as early as possible to avoid any inconvenience in the tax paying process.

Homestead Exemption Information

The homestead exemption is given by the Assessor’s office. To receive the credit, contact the Assessor’s office. To make sure a person is receiving the homestead credit, call the collector’s office, the assessor’s office, or view Crawford County tax records on

Disabled American Veteran (DAV) Information

DAV taxpayers may receive exemption for personal property and real estate property on the property where the taxpayer resides. To receive this exemption, the taxpayer must have a letter from the Veteran’s Administration each year that meets certain criteria. For more information, contact Sandra Kilpatrick in the Collector’s office or Brenda Watson in the County Judge’s office.

Who Sets My Taxes?
Property values upon which taxes are based are generated in the Tax Assessor’s Office. Millages are voted on by the taxpayers. The Tax Collector’s office calculates taxes by multiplying the values (from the Assessor’s office) times the mileages of the different school districts.

Where do my taxes go?
For a breakdown of where your tax dollars go, Crawford County taxpayers can find this information on the tax statement. Each school district is slightly different and will reflect a different rate on tax statements.

Why Pay Taxes Early?
Paying your taxes early can save you a tremendous amount of time in the long run. When October 15th arrives, the lines are usually long and everyone is in a rush. One never knows when emergencies may strike and interrupt plans, so pay your taxes early to avoid all late penalties!

How can I pay my taxes?
A taxpayer may pat taxes in the following ways: If a taxpayer will supply the office with statements, parcel numbers or a list of names in which property may be, it would be very helpful.
Taxes may be paid by cash, check, money order, cashier's check or credit card.