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Hillsborough Tax Collector to reopen south county office

Appointments are required and customers are encouraged to wear face coverings.
The Drew Park location of the Hillsborough Tax Collector's Office, above, and other sites under Tax Collector Doug Belden, implemented various social-distancing measures such as sneeze guards at workstations. The south county location is reopening Thursday.
The Drew Park location of the Hillsborough Tax Collector's Office, above, and other sites under Tax Collector Doug Belden, implemented various social-distancing measures such as sneeze guards at workstations. The south county location is reopening Thursday. [ LUIS SANTANA | Times ]
Published May 12, 2020

Hillsborough County Tax Collector Doug Belden is reopening his south county office on Thursday.

The Southshore office, at 406 30th St. SE in Ruskin, will serve customers by appointment only. Its hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesdays, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on other weekdays. Southshore is the third tax collector’s office to open in Hillsborough County, The Brandon and Drew Park branches opened last week and also operate on an appointment-only basis.

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The tax collector also is serving vehicle-for-hire customers by appointment only at the east Tampa office at 2814 E Hillsborough Ave.

Belden encouraged customers to conduct business online when possible. To make an appointment, see the tax collector’s COVID-19 updates page at www.hillstax.org. For information, call 813-635-5200.

Only customers with appointments will be allowed in the office, and they will be asked screening questions and have their temperatures taken before entering. Customers with a temperature exceeding 100.4 degrees will not be permitted to enter. Plexiglas barriers have been installed at service windows, and customers are encouraged to wear face masks.

The in-person services available include: driver’s licenses and identification cards, but no road tests; written driving tests; commercial driver’s licenses, excluding hazardous materials endorsements; tags and titles for vehicles, boats and mobile homes; property tax payments; disabled parking placards; hunting and fishing licenses; and birth certificates.

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