Tax Collector Gannon fully supports county executive order extending requirement to wear facial masks in Palm Beach County

Employees and clients in all tax collector offices continue to be required to wear facial masks.


WEST PALM BEACH — On March 19, Constitutional Tax Collector Anne M. Gannon is announcing her full support of the March 19 Executive Order 2020-012 extending the mandate to wear facial masks in all businesses, establishments and in public spaces in Palm Beach County until April 18. All Palm Beach County tax collector offices will continue to require employees and clients visiting the offices to wear facial masks in accordance with CDC guidelines. “Our employees and clients have done a tremendous job adhering to wearing face masks in all of our offices and we will continue to do so. The safety of our employees and clients continues to be my top priority and we will monitor future guidelines and possible executive orders to ensure we are maintaining a safe environment,” said Gannon.

Individuals needing to do business with the Palm Beach County Tax Collector’s office are encouraged to visit for possible alternatives to visiting an office in person.

Property owners are also reminded that 2020 property taxes are due by March 31, 2021 and can be paid online at