The Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce will host a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for the newest Pasco County Tax Collector’s office, opening next week off Wesley Chapel Boulevard.
The ceremony is set to begin Aug. 4 at 10 a.m., at the office, located at 4610 Pet Lane in ComPark 75 in Lutz.
Tax collector Mike Fasano said in a release, he saw a need for an office in that area almost immediately after he took office. The location near State Road 56 is designed to serve residents in Zephyrhills, Wesley Chapel and surrounding communities.
“The new Pasco County Tax Collector office in Wesley Chapel is long overdue,” said deputy tax collector Billy Poulos, in a release. “The area has seen a tremendous amount of growth and serves to have our services at its doorstep. For far too long, the residents of Wesley Chapel had to drive far distances to visit our offices. Those days are long gone as we open what is to be the new standard in tax collector offices.”
That includes wide concourses, a sleek and modern look, and close proximity to a major population hub, Poulos said.
The new office will be a full-service one that will include residential and commercial property tax, business receipt tax, drivers license testing and renewal, birth certificates, and registration for cars, vessels and motorcycles.
For more information on the new office and the grand opening, call Greg Giordano at (727) 847-8179, or visit PascoTaxes.com.