Tax Collector Introduces ‘Express Lane’ Same-Day Pickup

March 11, 2018

Escambia County Tax Collector Scott Lunsford has announced a new Express Lane service that allows for online renewal and same-day pickup of vehicle, boat or mobile home registration.

Residents who renew online before 3 p.m. Monday through Friday can pick up their registration the same day. Renewals after 3 p.m. can be picked up the next business day.

“This is just another service we offer to decrease the time residents spend on renewing their registrations. They can renew online and pick it up at their convenience,” Lunsford said. “Our office set a goal of increasing the number of renewal transactions using Express Lane. This service will help offset the number of walk-in customers seeking to renew their vehicle registrations. So far, we have received extremely positive responses from citizens using this convenient time-saving service.”


4 Responses to “Tax Collector Introduces ‘Express Lane’ Same-Day Pickup”

  1. Karen on March 11th, 2018 9:06 pm

    I waited for three hours at the Barrancas tag office this past Monday to register a new vehicle. There were a couple of people there who had already been in line three hours prior to my arrival for either their DL or something other than vehicle registration. It’s ridiculous how crowded their offices are & how LONG it takes for a transaction! The week prior, I stopped at the W St office to try my luck but I arrived at 3:15 and was told that they couldn’t get to me that day even though they didn’t close until 4:30! Next time I go there for anything, I’ll make an appointment!

  2. Brenda on March 11th, 2018 4:08 pm

    I wish they would put things back at Centurys court house it would be much easier for people our way then having to go to Molino or Pensacola.

  3. Ensley Boy on March 11th, 2018 12:44 pm

    Nobody likes to pay taxes but Mr. Lungsford hs made the process less stressful. Than you Mr. Lungsford for all the improvements you have made at the tax office.

  4. Willis on March 11th, 2018 7:39 am

    Anything to help.
    You can go to Jay and listen to the complaints about folks from Escambia coming over there.

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