American Express Now Payment Option in Leesburg
Payments options just expanded for Leesburg residents. Now the town accepts American Express, which can be used for the following:
- In a continued effort to provide Leesburg residents more convenient payment options, the Town of Leesburg now accepts American Express for the following types of payments: Parks & Recreation Department admission fees, classes and events. Patrons may use American Express to pay in person at the Ida Lee Park Recreation Center, the Ida Lee Tennis Center and the A.V. Symington Aquatic Center, as well as through the online WebTrac reservation system.
- Tax bills, utility bills and parking tickets. Customers may use American Express to make payments in person at Town Hall or via U.S. mail. Please write “AMEX” with the card number and expiration date on the payment coupon. Subsequent billings’ payment coupons will be modified with an AMEX checkbox. Please note that the online Customer Self-Service Portal is not configured to accept American Express payments.
- Land development application and zoning permit fees. The Departments of Plan Review and Planning & Zoning will accept American Express for all land development application and permit fees at the 2nd floor counter in Town Hall.
The Town’s online Customer Self-Service Portal does not accept American Express for tax bills or utility bills at the present time.
Personal Property Tax Info, Payment for Leesburg Available Online
The Town of Leesburg recently announced that personal property tax information and billing can viewed online. Through the customer self-service portal, Leesburg taxpayers can review their bills and pay them. A convenience fee of 2.85% of the total transaction amount, with a minimum fee of $3.95, is applied each time the service is used. The Town receives no portion of this fee. The town also assesses a $25 decal fee.
Taxpayers having questions concerning their personal property tax bills or payment options may contact the Town at703-771-2701 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No Changes for Leesburg Trash Collection on Labor Day.
The Town of Leesburg’s trash collection will not be affected by the Labor Day holiday Sept. 2. As a reminder, the Leesburg Town Offices will be closed Monday, Sept. 2, 2013, in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
Juror Questionnaires Are In The Mail
About 45,000 residents started to receive juror questionnaires Aug. 23, with continued mailings through Sept. 16. Those who receive them are encouraged to reply online. For more information about jury duty and the juror questionnaires, including an informational video, go to www.loudoun.gov/jury . To find out more about the services offered by the Clerk of the Circuit Court, please visit www.loudoun.gov/clerk.
Loudoun Library's '1book, 1community' Reading Program Begins Sept. 9.
The Loudoun County Public Library has selected the Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Creating Currents of Electricity and Hope by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer for its 2013 "1book, 1community" reading program. All library branches will have books available, beginning Monday, Sept. 9; a children's addition will be available at the Rust Library in Leesburg.
To learn more, go to http://library.loudoun.gov/1book.