In light of recent developments with the spread of the COVID-19 virus and rapidly changing protocols as issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), beginning Monday, March 23, the Jones County Tax Commissioner’s Office will be closed to the public until further notice. The leadership team will be working to evaluate the best way to serve Jones County.
“Our taxpayers are encouraged to make property tax payments online, and utilize the postal service option for vehicle registration renewals and mail in property tax payments,” said Tax Commissioner Brian Jackson. “We are following the recommendations for social distancing and asking our customer service and other select employees to stay home. The leadership team will be rotating staff to process mail, web payments and tend to essential internal tasks.”
“An online vehicle renewal system has been in the works, and has been expedited to begin around the first of April. As always, those wishing to make property tax, tag renewal, or mobile home tax payments please mail in your payments and we will honor the postmark date on the envelope. We also have mobile home payment options available online. A drop-box is provided outside the building as well.”
Please visit our website www.jonescountytaxes.com for the latest updates.
Our highest priority is the health and well-being of our staff and everyone who walks through our doors. With the safety concerns of the coronavirus our temporary closure will allow us to keep you and our employees safe. Thank you in advance for your continued support and understanding during this critical time.
Mobile home tax: online or mail
Property tax: online or mail
Vehicle tags: Mail only
*NOTE: NO LATE FEES WILL APPLY DURING OFFICE CLOSURE*
Tax Commissioner, Jones County