West Palm Beach, Fla. – The construction vehicles are in place and Constitutional Tax Collector Anne M. Gannon is excited to announce construction is underway on the newest, state-of-the art service center in Palm Beach Gardens.
“This new service center is part of our ongoing commitment to provide the citizens of Palm Beach County unparalleled service,” said Gannon. "As the North County grows, we must expand our service capabilities to accommodate the needs of the community.”
Gone is the small DMV building that once stood at the site to be replaced with a 23,735 square foot facility designed with a bright and spacious interior. The new location will provide expanded road test capabilities and ample parking and room for expansion to meet the needs of our growing community.
“The population of Palm Beach County is expected to grow by 16% by 2030. For every new home built, an additional 2.3 people will need the services of the tax collector’s office,” said Gannon. She went on to say, “this new service center will give us the ability to meet these needs and serve clients more efficiently now and in the future. We are very fortunate to be able to bring this new facility to the surrounding communities.”
When construction is complete in early 2024, the current Tax Collector’s Service Center in the North County Governmental Center will close. The new service center in the City of Palm Beach Gardens will be the third facility designed by architectural firm Song + Associates and constructed by The Morganti Group, Inc, both in West Palm Beach.
For more information, please contact:
Anne M. Gannon
Constitutional Tax Collector
About the Constitutional Tax Collector, serving Palm Beach County
The Constitutional Tax Collector, serving Palm Beach County was established as an independent agency in 1885 by the Florida Constitution. Today, Anne M. Gannon, the first woman elected to the office of Constitutional Tax Collector in Palm Beach County, is serving her fourth consecutive four-year term. The Tax Collector’s main office is located at 301 N. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach. Five additional service centers are located throughout the county, serving the region’s 1.6 million residents with real estate property, tangible property, and tourist development tax services, vehicle and vessel registration, motor vehicle license services, and other services including hunting and fishing licenses. With a team of more than 300 employees dedicated to providing unparalleled service that inspires trust, the PBC Tax Collector’s Office collected $4.2 billion in property taxes during the 2020 property tax year. For additional information, visit PBCTAX.com, or follow @TaxPBC on Twitter and Instagram, @PBCTax on Facebook, and @TaxCollectorPBC on YouTube.