Wednesday, November 22, 2017 4:11 pm Last modified: 3:38 pm

Office of Lieutenant Governor Reminds Property Owners of Tax Deadline

Lieutenant Governor of the United States Virgin Islands

Property Tax bills that have been issued to all property owners on record as of Jan. 1, 2017, will become delinquent if not paid by Aug. 30, 2017. A Public Notice of Delinquency for all delinquent properties will be published before Oct. 30, 2017, and a new set of public auctions in both districts will take place as early as November 2017, according to a press release issued on Friday by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.

Property Tax bills may be paid online at the Office of the Lieutenant Governor’s Web site at However, payment plans must still be made through the Virgin Islands Tax Collector.

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Consistent with past billings, the 2017 bill also includes information on unpaid tax years. Property owners who have not paid their prior tax year bills are encouraged to contact the Virgin Islands Tax Collector to arrange for payment.

Payments can be made at the following locations:

St. John: Islandia Building, 18-23 Enighed, St. John, VI 00830 (776-6737)

St. Thomas: Builders Emporium, 52E-1 Estate Thomas, St. Thomas, VI 00802 (776-8505)

St. Croix: Department of Finance, Sunny Isles, 4008 Estate Diamond


1105 King Street, Government House, Christiansted (773-6449)

1131 King Street, Suite 101, Christiansted (773-6459)

Lagoon Street Commercial Building No. 1, Frederiksted (772-3115)

Questions regarding property tax delinquencies should be addressed to the Virgin Islands Tax Collector at 776-8505 on St. Thomas, 776-6737 on St. John, or 773-6449 in Christiansted.

Questions regarding waste management user fees should be referred to the offices of Waste Management Authority on St. Thomas-St. John at 715-9100 or St. Croix at 712-4962.

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