Our Health education department offers programs to assess, plan, and implement education programs for the Wilson County community. The department conducts outreach opportunities to educate the public on health department services and public health issues.
For more information on the classes offered to the public (i.e. diabetes prevention program, making proud choices for teens, teen chat) call 252-237-3141 and ask to speak with a health educator.
What will happen if I don't pay the Motor Vehicle registration and tax by the due date?
The due date is the expiration date of your vehicle's registration, so you may get a ticket for driving a vehicle with expired tags. Interest will also accrue on your vehicle's property tax and you'll have to pay a late fee when you renew your vehicle's registration.
How do I pay Taxes? (Refer to "What about my Motor Vehicle Taxes?" for Motor Vehicles)
Currently, there are four ways to pay your real estate and personal property tax bills:
There is a convenience fee for using the on-line and phone services. This fee is charged and retained by a private company to process the card payments. Cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover and AMEX along with Electronic Checks.
In person: 113 Nash St E, Wilson, Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm.
Full Payments: Wilson County Tax Collector, PO Box 580328, Charlotte, NC 28258-0328
Partial Payments: Wilson County Tax Collector, PO Box 1162, Wilson, NC 27894-1162 On-Line:
Here By phone: Call toll free 1-800-272-9829 (1-800-2PAYTAX), Jurisdiction Code: 4361.
Who is Required to list property?
Every individual, guardian, trustee, estate, unincorporated association, corporation or partnership owning tangible personal property or real estate that has been improved or has had additions and is subject to taxation under North Carolina Law. All property owned on January 1st is taxable for the entire year and the owner as of January 1st is responsible for the tax bill for the entire year.