Greenville County encourages those needing to pay taxes to avoid coming inside County Square.
Citizens can pay property taxes through the mail, the internet or by using the convenient dropbox located outside the Tax Office. The County accepts credit and debit card payments on our website, online. From now until April 15, the County will waive the online service fee provided by SC.GOV, our third-party provider.
Does your vehicle license plate expire between March 2020 and June 2020? You now have until July 1st 2020 to register or renew your vehicle plates.
DMV has extended deadlines for:
 • Motor vehicles registrations and plates
 • 45 day temporary license plates
Note: Expired plates may not be valid outside of SC
The service fee for Hospitality Taxes will also be waived until April 15th.
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Animal Care Services
I FOUND A PET
I Found A Dog
I Found a Dog
Here's What You Should Do:
  1. Search the immediate area near where the dog was found and ask to see if anyone knows where the dog lives. Most pets are found within a short distance from home. More tips on what to do when you find an animal.
  2. Visit a local veterinary office or Greenville County Animal Care to have the pet scanned for a microchip.
  3. Search our Lost & Found Database to see if someone is already looking for the animal.
  4. File a Found Pet Report
  5. Post flyers in the areas near where the animal was found. Use this easy tool to make a flyer.
  6. We also recommend posting and checking on lost pet forums and groups. Here are some popular tools that we suggest:
  7. If you need further assistance with finding the pet’s owner, email lostpet@greenvillecounty.org or call 864.467.3950.
  8. If you’ve completed all the steps above, you are still unable to find the pet’s owner, and you cannot provide a home for it, call 864.467.3950 to set an appointment to turn in the lost dog.

We never turn away homeless pets.

Found Cat
I Found a Cat
Here's What You Should Do:
  1. Determine if the cat or kitten is a Community Cat or a lost pet and take the appropriate action:
    1. If a cat lives outdoors, it is considered a community cat. If the cat is not ear tipped, you should catch it using a humane trap and bring it to Animal Care’s clinic to be spayed or neutered for free through our Community Cat Diversion program. If the cat is ear tipped, you can leave it there to continue living happily in its home area.
    2. If a cat seems to have escaped from an indoor home (is wearing a collar or other form of identification, is spayed/neutered but not ear-tipped, is de-clawed, or has another indication of being an indoor cat), follow the steps below.
  2. Search the immediate area near where the cat was found and ask to see if anyone knows where the cat lives. Most pets are found within a short distance from home. More tips on what to do when you find an animal.
  3. Visit a local veterinary office or Greenville County Animal Care to have the pet scanned for a microchip.
  4. Search our Lost & Found Database to see if someone is already looking for the animal.
  5. File a Found Pet Report
  6. Post flyers in the areas near where the animal was found. Use this easy tool to make a flyer.
  7. We also recommend posting and checking on lost pet forums and groups. Here are some popular tools that we suggest:
  8. If you need further assistance with finding the pet’s owner, email lostpet@greenvillecounty.org or call 864.467.3950
  9. If you’ve completed all the steps above, you are still unable to find the pet’s owner, and you cannot provide a home for it, call 864.467.3950 to set an appointment to turn in the lost cat.

We never turn away homeless pets.





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