The Finance Department manages the Borough's revenues, expenditures, investments, accounting, budgeting, and debt. As such, the department provides the Borough's Assembly and residents with dependable and efficient quality services in billing and collection of Borough wide taxes, cash management and other fiscal functions in accordance with legal and professional standards.
The Finance Department mission is to provide fiduciary control of the Borough's assets, perform fiscally related services, and provide accurate, timely and useful financial information to support the delivery of municipal services to the Borough’ Elected Officials, Administration, and the public. The Finance Division consists of Administration, Financial Services, Land Leasing, Raw Fish Tax, Bed Tax, Guide Tax and Collections.
Borough Financial Information
Current and historical financial information can be found by clicking on the picture below:
The Borough has made a change to the on-line pay portal to SmartPay.
The new portal is simpler to use and more versatile. Lodge operators may now combine bed and guiding tax payments into a single payment, lease holder can pay their annual rents, and development and permit can be paid for as well. All payment options; credit card and e-check are available, and best of all the processing fee is lower.
To use the new portal, you will need your Lake and Peninsula Borough registration number. Please contact our office at (907) 246-3421 if you need help with finding your LPB registration number.
You will still need to submit your completed tax form and any supporting documents either by mail, fax or email for your file.
The old portal will be inactive as of September 1. If you have book marked the old pay portal please replace it with this link: https://smartpayform.com/PayPage1/landptaxpy
The Lake and Peninsula Borough is considering Changes to the Borough Tax Code (Stakeholder Notice)
Finance Office Staff
Assistant Finance Officer
The Lake and Peninsula Borough does not levy a property tax.
Therefore, no "excess funds", property tax roll, property sale information, assessments, or any such lists are maintained.