Roanoke County offers contactless payment methods for tax season amid pandemic

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ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Roanoke County Treasurer’s Office is providing convenient, contactless payment options for citizens during tax season this year.

Starting next week, county residents can expect to receive their tax bills.

While the office located inside of the Roanoke County Administration Center will be open for those who prefer to pay in-person, drop boxes and a library drive-thru have been added to the options for added convenience.

County officials say drop boxes are installed for check payments only at the following locations:

  • Roanoke County Administration Center, 5204 Bernard Drive in Roanoke
  • Hollins Library, 6624 Peters Creek Road in Roanoke
  • Glenvar Library, 3917 Daugherty Road in Salem
  • Vinton Library, 300 S. Pollard Street in Vinton

Meanwhile, the Treasurer’s Satellite Office/drive-thru window at South County Library along Merriman Road in Roanoke will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, until June 11.

Roanoke County citizens also have the option of paying by check through the mail or using the online payment options located on the county’s website.

For bill inquiries, information, and requests during tax season, contact the Treasurer’s Office at (540) 772-2056 or refer to www.roanokecountyva.gov.

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