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2010 Property Tax Bills to Become Delinquent After September 30

The Division of Real Property Tax advises Virgin Islands property owners that the 2010 property tax bills will become delinquent after Sept. 30. Because the payment deadline falls on a Sunday this year payments made by property owners on Monday, Oct. 1, will be considered as timely. Accordingly, penalty and interest charges for late payment of the 2010 bills will begin on Oct. 2. All appeals regarding the 2010 tax assessments must be filed with the Board of Tax Review by Oct. 15, according to a press release issued Thursday by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.
Payments for the 2010 and all past due years can be paid at the Tax Collector’s Offices at the following locations:
St. John: Islandia Building
St. Thomas: Builders Emporium
St. Croix: 1105 King Street (Government House, Christiansted)
1131 King Street, Suite No. 101 (Christiansted)
4008 Est. Diamond (Dept. of Finance, Sunny Isles)
100 Lagoon Street Complex, Suite 5 (Frederiksted)
For more information about the 2010 bills, contact the Office of the Tax Assessor on each island: 776-8505 on St. Thomas, 776-6737 on St. John and on St. Croix at 773- 6459 for Christiansted or 772-3115 for the Frederiksted office. Questions regarding delinquencies should be addressed to the Tax Collector’s office at 776-8505 on St. Thomas, 776-6737 on St. John, 773-1105 in Christiansted or 772-0120 at the Frederiksted Office.

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