Lieutenant Governor Encourages Property Owners to Submit Hurricane Forms by July 28

Lt. Gov. Osbert Potter
Lt. Gov. Osbert E. Potter

The Office of the Lieutenant Governor urges property owners who sustained hurricane damages and are submitting the ‘Request for Post Hurricane Irma & Maria Information’ for the first time to pay their property taxes by the due date of July 28 and no later than Sept. 28 to avoid delinquency.

If the Office of the Tax Assessor determines upon review of the information submitted that a change to the property owner’s 2018 valuation/bill is necessary, the bill will be adjusted and a credit will be issued on the next bill.

The form is available for download on the Office of the Lieutenant Governor’s website at http://ltg.gov.vi or by calling the Office of the Tax Assessor at 774-2991 on St. Thomas-St. John or 773-6449 on St. Croix. Property owners are asked to provide dated pictures and other supporting documents with the forms.

Completed forms and supporting documentations must be submitted to the Office of the Tax Assessor in person or via email to [email protected] or via U. S. Postal Service before July 28 at the following addresses:
St. Croix – 1131 King Street, Suite 101, Christiansted, VI 00820-4974
St. Croix – Commercial Building, No. 1 Lagoon Street, Frederiksted, VI 00840
St. Thomas – 5049 Kongens Gade, Charlotte Amalie, VI 00802-6487
St. John – Islandia Building, 18-23 Enighed, St. John, VI 00830

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Property tax bills may be paid online at the Office of the Lieutenant Governor’s website at https://propertytax.vi.gov However, payment plans must still be made through the Office of the Tax Collector.

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