New Sebastian Tax Collector Office Opening July 1

North county offices moving where Dollar Tree used to be in Sebastian, Florida.
North county offices moving where Dollar Tree used to be in Sebastian, Florida.

SEBASTIAN – Carole Jean Jordan, Tax Collector, Indian River County, today announced temporary changes to the schedule of the existing Tax Collector and Property Appraiser Sebastian office.

The renovations are nearing completion at the new North County Office located at 1919 U.S. Highway 1 in Sebastian. The location is where the Dollar Tree was for several years before moving into their own building just south of the plaza.

“This newly improved location creates a more enjoyable, streamlined experience for Indian River County residents needing to conduct business with our office,” Jordan said.

The location provides a more convenient way for people to check all of their Property Appraiser, Clerk of Court, County Utilities, Veterans Services, and Tax Collector to-do items off their lists in one trip instead of traveling to multiple locations, Jordan added.

The existing Tax Collector and Property Appraiser office in Sebastian will close permanently at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 21, 2019.

The new Sebastian office located at 1919 U.S. Highway 1 is scheduled to open at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, July 1, 2019.

Residents can find additional information by visiting the IRC Tax website or by calling 772-226-1338.

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