Voluntary Animal Control Spay/Neuter Tax


What is this and why is it on my bill?

In 2016, the Pulaski County Quorum Court passed Ordinance No. 16-0R-54, also known as the “Voluntary Animal Control Spay/Neuter Tax,” which levies a voluntary tax of $5 to be paid by the taxpayer of his or her own volition.  The ordinance was created for the support of Pulaski County’s efforts to manage its population of domestic pets and stray domestic animals.  It is implemented by the County Treasurer’s Office and available to pay along with Business and Personal Property tax bills.   This voluntary tax is not available to pay on Real Estate tax bills.


Do I have to pay this tax?

It is completely optional, but if you wish to pay the $5 voluntary tax, please follow the instructions on the coupon labeled “Optional” on your Business or Personal Property tax bill or inform our cashier of your intention to participate in this voluntary opportunity so that we may include it with your payment.


Can I pay more than $5?

Yes, but the Treasurer’s/Collector’s Office can only apply $5 to your tax bill. If you want to make an additional “donation”, print and complete this form and return to:


Pulaski County Treasurer
C/O Treasury Manager
PO Box 430
Little Rock, AR 72201


The form is also available at any Treasurer’s Office location.


For more information visit Pulaski County Government website at http://www.pulaskicounty.net

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