Tax Collector’s Office Brings Art to the Gardens

West Palm Beach, Fla. – Palm Beach County Tax Collector Anne M. Gannon is once again adding a touch of art to one of her service centers.  Like she has done in the past at the other tax collector’s offices, Gannon has been anxious to unveil the new outdoor mural, titled “Piece by Piece”, at the new North County Service Center.

“You may not expect a visit to the tax collector’s office to include an opportunity to enjoy artwork,” said Gannon. “But we are changing that with the opening of our new service centers that feature various art displays as part of our commitment to provide art in public places.”
Displayed on the south side of the North County Service Center building, located at 3185 PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens, the mural was skillfully crafted by Boca Raton artist, Benjamin Heller, who has created several murals throughout South Florida. “The use of this imagery and various colors reflect both the ‘Gardens’ and positively interact with the existing landscaping at that location, both under natural sunlight and artificial lighting at night,” said Heller.  Using a boom lift, many colors of paint, an impressive vision and tremendous stamina to withstand the Florida heat, it took Heller approximately three weeks to complete his masterpiece.  You can view a video of his amazing work on our YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/@TaxCollectorPBC/videos.
“The outdoor mural is not the only art feature clients can enjoy when visiting our North County Service Center,” said Gannon.  “Our lobby features a fountain created from volcanic basalt formed millions of years ago in the northwestern part of the United States.  We also feature colorful banners created by participants of Gulfstream Goodwill’s Re-Imagined initiative.”
Gannon reminds Palm Beach County residents that in order to visit any of the six service centers, they much first make a reservation at www.pbctax.com/reservations.
For more information, please contact:
Anne M. Gannon
Constitutional Tax Collector
(561) 355-2805
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. Six service centers are located throughout the county, serving the nearly 1.5 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 340 employees dedicated to providing unparalleled service that inspires trust, the PBC Tax Collector’s Office collected $5.07 billion in property taxes during the 2022 property tax year. For additional information, visit PBCTAX.com, or follow @TaxPBC on Instagram, @PBCTax on Facebook, and @TaxCollectorPBC on YouTube.