Providence tax collection deadline extended due to power outage

Providence Tax Collection Deadline Extended to October 27 to accommodate Residents Inconvenienced by Power Outage

– In light of today's power outage, Mayor Angel Taveras announced that Providence's second quarter tax collection deadline has been extended from Friday, October 24 to Monday, October 27 in order to assist those residents who may have been inconvenienced.  The deadline for residents to appeal their tax bills to the Tax Assessor has also been extended from Friday to Monday.

The offices of Tax Collector and Tax Assessor, which were previously scheduled to operate on an extended schedule Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week, will now also operate on the same schedule on Monday, October 27. Offices will be open until 7pm to allow for residents to conduct that city business after the work day ends.  

Through agreement with the union, employees in the offices of Tax Assessor and Tax Collector will receive compensatory time. There will be no additional cost to the city.