El Paso reopens tax office environment for in-human being products and services

Editor’s be aware: This tale has been clarified. The tax place of work does settle for income, but only when it is an in-particular person transaction. The tax place of work does not take mail-in money payments.

El Paso’s Consolidated Tax Place of work will be open up to the community for in-particular person provider, which include assets tax payments, beginning Wednesday, Sept. 1. 

The tax workplace, 221 N. Kansas St., Suite 300, will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Taxpayers still can carry out business enterprise with the place of work by mail, cell phone or on the web:

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Taxpayers can pay on line or in excess of the cellphone with e-verify or credit card, these types of as Mastercard, Visa and Explore. The tax office environment will not settle for mail-in dollars payments. 

Town officers, in a information launch, said germ shields have been mounted in the place of work and own protective equipment, such as hand sanitizer, facial area masks and gloves, will be presented for workforce and members of the public.

Visitors are encouraged to wear face masks.

For further data, speak to the tax business at 915-212-0106, citytaxoffice@elpasotexas.gov or visit the tax office website.

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Anthony Jackson may well be achieved at ADJackson@elpasotimes.com and @TonyAnjackson on Twitter.