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Residents of Pulaski County have one more chance to pay their property taxes



Little Rock, Arkansas – It is the Last Day for Pulaski County residents to pay their property taxes and there is still time to GIVE 5 to the Animal Services Spray and Neuter Fund.

A news release from the Pulaski County Government states that county residents can give a voluntary donation of $5 or more when paying their business, real estate, or personal property taxes to help fellow residents spay or neuter their pets.

Pulaski County residents are required to give an appraisal of personal property by contacting the Pulaski County Assessor from January 1st to May 31st every year, a Pulaski County government official stated. Failure to do so will result in a 10% assessment penalty of the total assessment.

There are also city liens, sanitation fees, and special improvement district taxes that are billed separately and must be paid before or with your ad valorem taxes. These taxes are also not eligible for any tax exemptions.

Residents have two options to GIVE 5 to the Pulaski County Animal Control Spay and Neuter Fund when paying their taxes: use the payment coupon when paying by check, or if paying online, check the “voluntary – animal control” box when checking out.

To pay online or to find a payment location, click here.

There is an option for taxpayers to donate more than $5 if they choose. Every dollar donated will subsidize spay/neuter services for pets of Pulaski County residents who cannot afford the cost to spay/neuter on their own, the release stated.


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