Metropolitan Trustee’s Office extends closure; reminds public of Tax Relief and Freeze deadline extension
Metropolitan Trustee Parker Toler announced Wednesday that the previous closure of the Trustee’s office to walk-in customers has been extended through Friday, June 26. Trustee Toler and his staff are working diligently to prepare for opening the office in a safe manner consistent with recommended guidelines. The Office of the Trustee remains committed to serving everyone who needs to make a payment or wishes to apply for Tax Relief or Tax Freeze.
Property taxes may be paid online with a credit card or eCheck at www.nashville.gov/trustee. Additionally, check or money order payments may be placed in the secure drop box located directly outside the Howard Office Building at 700 2nd Ave S, Nashville, TN 37210. Please, no cash payments at this time. As always, tax payments may be mailed to P.O. Box 196358, Nashville, TN 37219. Taxpayers may call 615-862-6330 during normal business hours for assistance.
Further, Trustee Toler reminds senior, disabled, and disabled veteran homeowners in Davidson County that the deadline to renew or apply for Tax Relief or Tax Freeze has been extended to July 1, 2020. Renewal vouchers for the Tax Relief and Tax Freeze programs may be mailed to the Trustee’s Office or placed in the secure drop box. Senior, disabled, and disabled veteran taxpayers who wish to apply for Tax Relief or Tax Freeze for the first time should call 615-862-6330.