Active Duty Military

Active Duty Military Personnel

Effective July 1, 2017

Hoke County will enforce Public Law 111-97, cited as the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act, amended Service Members Civil Relief Act to guarantee the equity of spouses of military personnel with regard to matters of residency. Beginning July 1, 2017 spouses of military personnel will need to provide proof of domicile that coincides with the LES being provided for relief of motor vehicle property taxes. To obtain additional information and to apply for the tax relief under the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act please click on the link below. The completed application can be emailed to the Tax Collector or faxed to 910-875-9222. Please allowed for up to 24 hours to process the exemption.

 Military Spouses Residency Relief Application (PDF)

Beginning September 2013, your vehicle registration renewal fees and vehicle property tax is now due at the same time; however, you must still submit your LES to Hoke County tax office. If the state of residence tax box on your LES lists a state other than North Carolina, you may be eligible for vehicle tax exemption. Please check your LES to ensure North Carolina is not listed. You should submit your LES before the bill is paid. You may now pay vehicle registration renewal fees and vehicle property tax online, by mail or in person at any DMV office. Address your payment to NC Division of Motor Vehicles*PO Box 29620* Raleigh NC 27626-062.
Please feel free to email your most current LES to the Tax Collector. All documents must be attached as a PDF only. Please include Plate/Tag number in the email. We must have your most recent, end-of-month LES that displays the state tax information. If vehicles are registered in a dependent's name, please list all other names in the email.

This email account is checked twice daily. Please allow up to 24 hours for your exemption to be processed. If emailed, our office will send a confirmation back once received and processed.

If you have any questions, please call the Tax Collections Department at 910-875-8751.