The City of Savannah Revenue Department will soon be temporarily moving operations from the Broughton Municipal Building, at Broughton and Abercorn, to the Savannah Civic Center, 301 W. Oglethorpe Avenue. The department will close to the public on Tuesday, May 28, for the move, and will reopen on May 29 at the Civic Center. (There will be NO MORE SERVICES available at the Broughton Municipal Building after 5 p.m. Friday, May 24.)
The Revenue Department’s service areas include City of Savannah Utilities, Property Tax, Business Tax, and Alcohol Licensure. Residents who pay their City bills in person, including their bi-monthly utility bill (water, sewer and sanitation services), will need to pay at the new location at the Civic Center.
The move to the Savannah Civic Center is a temporary measure as the new long-term home of the Revenue Department, the Coastal Georgia Center at 305 Fahm Street, is readied for the department. The City expects to move the Revenue Department to the Coastal Georgia Center later this summer.
The temporary space in the Savannah Civic Center will be smaller, with limited free short-term parking spaces available for customers. To avoid any lines or possible parking fees, the City encourages residents to take advantage of its convenient and secure online bill payment options for utilities and property taxes. Utility bills can be paid online at www.savannahga.gov/utilitypay and City of Savannah property taxes can be paid online at www.savannahga. gov/propertytax.
For more information, visit www.savannahaga. gov/revenue or call (912) 651-6450.