The Pulaski County Treasurer’s Office announced that it has signed an agreement with Centennial Bank for processing tax payments. Pulaski County taxpayers can pay their property taxes at 2922 S. University Ave in Little Rock, 4514 Camp Robinson Rd. in North Little Rock and 13910 Cantrell Road, Little Rock Centennial Bank locations. The county treasurer’s staff will work all three locations and provide drive thru service in Lane 4 only. Tax payments are not accepted in the bank lobby.
“We owe a huge thanks to Centennial Bank. Many of our citizens want to pay in person and want a physical receipt—in hand,” Buckner said. “It’s important that our citizens receive the same level of customer service that they’ve grown to expect.”
The Treasurer’s Office has also signed a Contract whereby cash payments can be made at many walk-in bill payment locations, such as Walmart, Kroger, Food Giant and others. This is the first time this has been offered in Arkansas for property tax payments. Please visit our website for 53 different locations in Pulaski County where customers may walk in and pay with cash – just ask for Bill Pay.
“The pandemic stifled or halted many businesses and activities in Pulaski County, our in-person services were no exception,” Pulaski County Treasurer, Debra Buckner said. “My executive staff and I worked tirelessly to find a solution that would allow in-person payments.”
In March 2020, as COVID-19 cases increased, the Pulaski County Judge issued an executive order restricting access to county buildings. All Treasurer locations are closed to the public. Until these agreements were made, tax payments could only be made electronically, by mail and the payment drop box on Second Street.
The property tax deadline is Oct. 15. If you need assistance please call our office at 501-340-6060 or visit our website at pulaskicountytreasurer.net where live chat is available.