Brunswick County government offices will remain closed Thursday, Jan. 4 due to inclement weather.
This includes the Brunswick County Tax Office. The deadline to pay 2017 real and personal property taxes is Friday, Jan. 5. In addition to being paid in person during office hours, taxes can be paid online by e-check at no charge, or online by credit or debit card (fees do apply). Payments can also be mailed to P.O. Box 29, Bolivia, NC 28422, and payments postmarked on or before Friday are not counted as late.
To pay a property tax bill by e-check, visit https://www.ecpays.com/epayconsumer/epay/consumer/initAnonymousPayment.action;jsessionid=37A726FDBF2B354923A910DDA58DC364?entryPointUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwil-vsh1tcspbc02.bbtlobcc.local%3A8094%2Fepayconsumer%2Fepay%2Fconsumer%2Fbrunscotax. To pay a property tax bill by credit or debit card, visit https://www.officialpayments.com/pc_entry_standard.jsp?productId=2230321383954416448096735796656312.
To view your tax bill or see the amount due, visit http://tax.brunsco.net/itsnet/TaxBill.aspx.
This also includes the Brunswick County landfill and parks. Brunswick County Convenient Sites will close at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 3. Waste Industries will not pick up curbside garbage Thursday, Jan. 4, and will have a delayed start on Friday, Jan. 5, starting with Thursday’s routes. Waste Industries will start collecting Friday routes as time allows, and will complete all routes on Saturday. Please leave carts out until Waste Industries has completed your route.
The Brunswick County Court System has also announced that the Brunswick County Courthouse will remain closed Thursday, Jan. 4.