To the Citizens of Nassau County,
To minimize exposure to COVID-19 and help protect you and our employees, the Governor has recommended that all state facilities be closed to the public beginning Thursday, March 19th, until Sunday, April 19th. All regional state offices are currently closed to the public. We will reevaluate the need for an extension of this time frame (or a reduction) on Friday, April 3rd.
I have decided to keep my offices open for one more day - tomorrow, March 20th - to allow the general public to enter into the Tax Collector’s office to conduct their business. I am currently only allowing citizens of Nassau County to enter my offices and only 10 people in the lobby at a time.
Effective Monday, March 23rd, all Nassau County Tax Collector office locations will be closed to the public until further notice. The safety of our customers and staff is my highest priority. All customers can continue to complete transactions online at www.nassautaxes.com or by mail. Employees will continue to work answering the phones (if you have any questions) and processing the work we receive.
Please continue to practice social distancing and recommended best hygiene practices.
Appreciate this time with your loved ones, because amidst all this fear and uncertainty, they are most important!
We will weather this storm together,
John M. Drew