Downtown Tax Office gets 2 new counters designed for disabled

By Dawn Jorgenson - Web - News Editor
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SAN ANTONIO - Bexar County Tax Assessor-Collector Albert Uresti announced Monday the completion of a project at the downtown Vista Verde building that now provides two counters designed specifically to serve the disabled, including those in wheelchairs.

“This is another exciting accomplishment in providing better access for all our citizens," Uresti said. "This project continues with our promise to improve service for our disabled citizens, senior citizens and veterans in our community."

Uresti said the new counters will enable disabled citizens to conduct transactions in the downtown Tax Office, adding that they will provide a more comfortable and accessible area.

The counters aren't the only part of the office getting an upgrade.

“Providing the best customer service possible to our citizens is very important to me," Uresti said. "As part of our efforts to improve our service and provide a more comfortable setting for our taxpayers visiting our office, we will also be updating and expanding our restrooms.”



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