In response to the increase in COVID-19 cases, Tax Collector announces reinstatement of facial coverings and social distancing requirement in all Tax Collector offices.
West Palm Beach, Fla. – Constitutional Tax Collector Anne M. Gannon, in response to the increase in COVID-19 cases and to protect employees and the public, has reinstated the requirement for facial coverings and social distancing for staff and anyone needing to visit one of the Tax Collector offices for in-person service.
“Current data is indicating a surge of COVID-19 cases and with the more contagious OMICRON variant spreading in our community, I have no choice but to once again require facial coverings for our staff and our clients who require our in-person services,” says Gannon. She goes on to say, “my priority remains focused on protecting the health and safety of my staff and the public and I will keep this policy in place until further notice and once it is determined that it is safe to eliminate the need for facial coverings.” Gannon, in an email on Tuesday, December 21, 2021, notified county officials of her decision to reinstate the facial covering and social distancing requirement in all six of the tax collector’s service centers.
The Tax Collector’s website at www.pbctax.com offers several convenient online services, which eliminates the need to make an appointment to visit one of the office locations in-person. In fact, for vehicle registration renewals, residents can utilize ATM-style kiosks, located in several Palm Beach County Publix stores, to make their vehicle registration payment and receive their printed registration and renewal sticker right there on the spot! The transaction takes less than five minutes to complete. For additional information about the kiosks and their locations, please visit, www.pbctax.com/kiosks.
Tuesday, December 28, 2021
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