Fulfilling her commitment to ‘Put People First’ and create a more accountable, transparent, and efficient administration, Davidson County Metropolitan Trustee Erica S. Gilmore has announced additional office hours for property owners to pay their 2020 taxes.
The Metropolitan Trustee has partnered with Davidson County Clerk Brenda Wynn to make use of several of the County Clerk’s satellite offices across the county on Saturday, February 20 and Saturday, February 27 from 9 am to 1 pm, including the following locations:
Hermitage Police Precinct located at 3701 James Kay Lane, Hermitage, Tennessee 37076
North Police Precinct located at 2231 26th Ave. N., Nashville, Tennessee 37208
South Police Precinct located at 5101 Harding Pk., Nashville, Tennessee 37211
Metropolitan Trustee Gilmore stated: “In an effort to deliver stellar taxpayer service and best serve the needs of our city’s working families, and most vulnerable residents the Office of the Metropolitan Trustee is extending office hours and adding central locations ahead of the February 28 deadline to provide taxpayers convenient options to pay their taxes in person as well as an opportunity to speak with a tax specialist should they have questions regarding their tax bill.
“A special thanks to Davidson County Clerk Brenda Wynn and her staff. This partnership is a clear example of when city departments collaborate how we can work together to best serve the residents of Nashville.
“We are pleased to partner with the Office of the Metropolitan Trustee to further expand payment options and provide greater convenience to the taxpayers of Davidson County. Together, through high-quality service, we are shifting government culture and creating a new era of resident engagement.”
In addition, the Office of the Metropolitan Trustee, located at 700 2nd Ave. South, Nashville, Tennessee 37210 on the Richard H. Fulton Campus will be open on Saturday, February 20, and Saturday, February 27 from 9 am to 1 pm.
The Office of the Metropolitan Trustee on the Richard H. Fulton Campus will be open for extended hours from 8 am to 6 pm the week of February 22. Residents can pay in person by either cash, check, or credit/debit card (subject to a third-party fee, no portion remitted to the Office of the Metropolitan Trustee). Taxes must be paid in full by February 28, 2021, to avoid interest.
Taxpayers can visit <nashville.gov/trustee> to view or pay taxes. For more information on property taxes and/or payments, residents may call the Office of the Metropolitan Trustee at 615-862-6330.