West Palm Beach, Fla. – The Constitutional Tax Collector’s office is closely monitoring Hurricane Ian in conjunction with Palm Beach County’s Division of Emergency Management. As a result of the potential impacts of Hurricane Ian, all Tax Collector Service Centers will stop servicing clients at 5:00 p.m. today, September 27, 2022. Furthermore, all offices will be closed on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.
Offices will reopen once it is determined that all locations are safe and that travel is safe for employees and the public.
Clients who have scheduled appointments during the time the offices are closed are required to reschedule their appointments by visiting www.pbctax.com/appointments.
- If you are scheduled for a driver license appointment, please visit this link FLHSMV-MyDMV Portal to verify if you can complete your transaction online.
- If your driver license is set to expire within the next 30 days, please contact the Florida Department of Highways Safety and Motor Vehicles by phone at 850-617-2000 or by visiting FLHSMV.gov to request a Temporary Driving Permit. Then, visit www.pbctax.com/appointments to schedule your driver license appointment.
- Many tax collector services are available online at www.pbctax.com or by mail. Visit our website to see if an alternate method of service is available. If you must come into one of our offices, please reschedule your appointment at www.pbctax.com/appointments.
Walk-in service is not available at any of the Tax Collector’s office locations. All in-person service is provided to Palm Beach County residents by appointment only.
For updates on when the Service Centers will reopen, please visit www.pbctax.com and follow on Twitter @TAXPBC and Facebook @PBCTAX.
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Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Chief Communications Officer
MEDIA ONLY: 561-355-4271
For other assistance: 561-355-2264