$20 Million In Property Taxes Unpaid, Due By Today

April 30, 2013

All 2012 unpaid real estate and tangible personal property taxes must be paid and receipted by close of business  today to avoid being advertised as delinquent, according to Escambia County Tax Collector Janet Holley. As of last week, over $20 million in property taxes (about 8 percent) remained unpaid.

The list of delinquent tax accounts will be published in a legal ad and posted on the tax collector’s website on May 9.

Payments must be processed:

  • In person at one of four branch offices by close of business on April 30;
  • Through the call center 850-438-6500 x3252 by close of business on April 30;
  • On the website at www.escambiataxcollector.com by midnight April 30;
  • Left in any of the 24-hour drop boxes available at all offices by midnight April 30.

All late payments will be returned for additional fees.

Offices are located at:

  • Downtown, 213 Palafox Place
  • Molino, 6440 Highway 95A, Suite A
  • Marcus Pointe, 6451 North W Street
  • Warrington, 507 North Navy Boulevard

For more information, or to pay online,  visit www.escambiataxcollector.com.


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