Arizona Department of Revenue’s east Valley office relocates to Mesa

The Arizona Department of Revenue’s East Valley satellite office has relocated to the City of Mesa Customer Service Center, 55 N. Center St. (Submitted photo)

The Arizona Department of Revenue’s east Valley satellite office has relocated to the City of Mesa Customer Service Center, 55 N. Center St.

The new satellite location offers license and registration services including processing of transaction privilege tax license applications; payment processing for all tax types; general TPT return questions and assistance; and AZTaxes.gov education and assistance.

Hours of operation are: 7 a.m. through 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to noon Fridays, according to a press release.

“When the agency asked customers where they would prefer a new east Valley location, the overwhelming response was to keep services in the Mesa area,” Arizona Department of Revenue Interim Director Carlton Woodruff said in a prepared statement.

“On behalf of the Department of Revenue, I want to thank City of Mesa officials for their partnership in this successful relocation.”

The new ADOR East Valley office replaces the previous satellite location in Mesa, which served more than 3,000 customers a month.

“We look forward to working closely with the Department of Revenue in providing a convenient location for local businesses and those in neighboring communities to interact with customer services agents in dealing with tax issues,” said City of Mesa Chief Financial Officer, Michael Kennington in a prepared statement.

“This is a win-win for ADOR, the City of Mesa and our shared customers.”

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