The name and address of the owner of the property effective January 1, 2022 is typically the party to which the tax bill is addressed. In spite of this, the bill is not a personal one; it is against the property.
Generally speaking, there’s a sixty (60) day window to pay the bills.
If you were the buyer this year of property and have a mortgage with an escrow account for taxes, you needn’t worry; your mortgage company received all the tax information it required to pay the tax bill on your behalf after closing. You can verify that the bill has been paid, but your input is not required.
If you purchased property this year and paid cash or the seller financed your purchase, you may need to be pro-active in obtaining the bill from the former owner. Alternatively, you can contact the tax office directly to pay the bill. After this year, the bill will be directed to you and in your name.