If I didn’t receive a tax bill, don’t I get more time to pay without penalty and interest?
No. State law provides that failing to send or receive a tax bill does not affect the validity of the tax, penalty or interest due by an individual, the tax’s delinquency date, the existence of a tax lien or any procedure the taxing unit institutes to collect the tax. Property owners know that property taxes are due each year and should check if they do not receive a tax bill.
You may want to check with your mortgage company to determine if your taxes were paid timely.