Tipton County Trustee’s office announces changes in procedures


Beginning Monday, March 23, the Tipton County Trustee’s office will adjust its procedures to minimize exposure to staff and taxpayers due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Public access to the office will be closed, however the office will remain open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Taxpayers are encouraged to mail in their tax payments to: Tipton County Trustee, P. O. Box 487, Covington, TN 38019. If requested, a receipt can be mailed to you.

Taxpayers may pay their taxes online at: www.tennesseetrustee.org.

Taxpayers may pay their taxes at the 24-hour, self-serve kiosk at Atoka City Hall.

“We are encouraging all citizens with tax information inquiries to call us at 901-476-0211. We can answer most inquiries over the phone, by email, or by fax,” said trustee Kristie Glass Maxwell.

Taxpayers with cash/check payments in person will visit the in the Historic Courthouse, Room 203.

“Our office doors will be locked; however, please knock on the door and we will assist you. We ask that you follow our procedure in place and maintain social distance. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate during these difficult times.”

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the at (901)476-0211 or send an email to rttrustee@bellsouth.net.

“We are committed to continuing to serve you and help you any way we can,” Maxwell said.

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