Wednesday, August 31, 2016

UPDATE: Citizens Service Center reopens

Posted By on Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 12:00 PM

The Citizens Service Center has reopened and all offices are operating on their regular schedules.

The county also offered this reassurance:

The County has received several calls from concerned citizens who are worried that they may face a property tax penalty because they were unable to make their tax payments today which is normally the last day to make the second payment for those who choose the two payment option for paying property taxes.

The County Treasurer wants everyone to know that the August 31 deadline to pay without penalty will be extended to tomorrow because of the unexpected office closure due to the water line break. There will be no penalty on tax payments made tomorrow when the office reopens.

——- ORIGINAL POST, WEDNESDAY, 12 P.M. ——-
If you are thinking of heading to the El Paso County Citizens Service Center today, don't. It's closed due to a water main break. 
Underground Water Leak Forces Closure of El Paso County Citizens Service Center
All Offices and Agencies Located at CSC Will Close Contractors Working on Repairs


El Paso County, CO, August 31, 2016 – Due to an underground water main break, all El Paso County administrative and elected administrative offices and affiliated agencies, located in the Citizens Service Center at 1675 West Garden of the Gods Road will be closed for the remainder of today. This closure includes El Paso County Department of Human Services, Clerk and Recorder, Public Health, the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, El Paso County Treasurer and County Assessor.

Branch offices of the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder which are not located at the Citizens Service Center will continue to provide all customary services.

El Paso County Public Works has determined that large underground service line has broken. Although it has not been determined at this time, the water supply line may have been undermined during recent heavy rainstorms and high water flows in adjacent drainage channels.

A contractor is on site now and will be working overnight, if needed, to restore normal operations as quickly as possible.

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