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Posted on: May 7, 2019

Revenue Is Moving Starting May 27th

Revenue is Moving!

The Revenue Department is on the move this summer! 

In late May, we'll be vacating the Broughton Municipal Building. We'll serve you temporarily from the Savannah Civic Center while our long-term home at the Coastal Georgia Center is made ready for staff and the public. We expect to move to the Coastal Georgia Center later this summer. We'll update this web page with details of the moves to help keep you informed every step of the way. 

Revenue's service areas include City of Savannah Utilities, Property Tax, Business Tax, Alcohol Licensure, and General City Cashiering.

Key Dates: Civic Center Move

  • Friday, May 24: Revenue's last day at the Broughton Municipal Building  
  • Monday, May 27 and Tuesday, May 28: Revenue offices closed to the public
  • Wednesday, May 29: We will reopen to the public at the Savannah Civic Center, 301 W. Oglethorpe Avenue

Public Transit & Parking at the Civic Center

Several fixed route buses, namely the 4 Barnard, 10 East Savannah, 27 Waters, and 28 Waters, all stop within a block of the Civic Center. Visit the Chatham Area Transit website for more information. 

The fare-free dot shuttle also has a stop right past the Civic Center’s parking lot entrance on Liberty Street. 

Limited, short-term free parking will be available to Revenue customers in the Savannah Civic Center lot. Look for the signs marked "For Revenue Customers" and keep in mind these spots are for 30 minutes only.

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