Personal Property And Real Estate Taxes Should Be Paid By The End Of The Year

Tax season is underway, and residents of Pulaski County should make sure they’re paying their share by the end of the year.

State, county, and city personal property and real estate taxes are due by the end of the year. Pulaski County Collector Terri Mitchell says the county collected over $11 million in November. She says if you haven’t received your statement yet, you should be reaching out to her office.

Mitchell says as always, you have options on how to pay.

Those who do not pay by the end of the year are subject to a penalty of up to 11 percent, scaling up to eventually 27 percent.

The Pulaski County Collector’s Office has modified its hours the days surrounding Christmas and New Year’s Day. The collector’s office will be open from 8 to 12PM on December 22nd, closed on Christmas Day, 8AM to 5:30PM on December 26th, 27th, 28th, and 29th, and closed on New Year’s Day. Other than those days, the Collector’s Office will be open at normal times, 8AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.