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(TRENTON) - – In order to protect public health, the Department of the Treasury on Wednesday announced the limited closure of a number of its offices that serve walk-in clientele while divisions work to review and revise existing protocols.
The offices are expected to be closed through at least March 31, with an anticipated reopening of April 1. Taxpayers, individuals, and businesses will still be able to access these services online, over the phone, or through the mail during these limited closures.Updates and announcements on re-openings will be posted on Treasury’s homepage , Facebook , and Twitter , as well as each division’s sites.
The following Treasury offices will be temporarily closed to walk-ins, but can still be accessed through alternative methods:
The Division of Taxation’s seven regional information centers (RICs), including its Trenton walk-in office, are closed to the public as a precautionary measure through at least March 31. Taxpayers are encouraged to use the following avenues as alternatives for the time being:
The Division of Pensions and Benefits’ Office of Client Service is suspending all reception desk services and in-person counseling as a precautionary measure through at least March 31. Members who have scheduled interviews will be contacted directly and offered alternative counseling arrangements. All other members are encouraged to use the following avenues as alternatives for the time being:
All walk-in service at the Division of Revenue and Enterprise Service’s Trenton office will be closed to the public as a precautionary measure through at least March 31. Individuals and business representatives are encouraged to use the following avenues as alternatives for the time being: