Property Tax Oversight

In Florida, local governments are responsible for administering property tax. The Department of Revenue's Property Tax Oversight p​rogram provides oversight and assistance to local government officials, including property appraisers, tax collectors, and value adjustment boards.

The Property Tax System

Looking for information on Florida's property tax system?

The Florida Constitution and Statutes define the roles and authority for the various entities involved in Florida’s property tax system. Find out more at these links:

Annual PTO Cycle Who, What, When of the PTO System A Florida Homeowner's Guide: Millage

Contact a County Official

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Are you a taxpayer with a question? Contact your local official.

As property tax is administered locally, the best resources for assistance with property tax matters are the property appraiser and the tax collector in the county where the property is located. Find websites for county property appraisers, tax collectors, and VABs at

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To keep Florida taxpayers updated and informed of available resources post Hurricane Ian, the Department of Revenue has published a Hurricane Ian resource page located ​here. Information relevant to Florida proper​ty owners can be found at the bottom of the page under the Property Tax Oversight accordion.​​

The Department has developed two guides to provide information to property owner’s affected by Hurricane Ian. A Florida Property Owner’s Guide: Executive Order 22-242, Hurricane Ian​ provides information specific to property owners whose property was completely destroyed or otherwise rendered uninhabitable by Hurricane Ian. A Florida Homeowner's Guide: Hurricane Ian​​​​ provides answers to frequently asked questions for all homeowner’s impacted by Hurricane Ian.​​​​​


On October 20, 2022 the Governor issued Executive Order (EO) 22-242 (Property Taxes - Hurricane Ian), providing relief to some owners of property in the 26 counties the Federal Emergency Management Agency​​ (FEMA) designated as eligible for the Individual Assistance Program in the wake of Hurricane Ian. The Department developed this ​​​​​​guide to help property owners understand how the EO may affect them.


The Department has issued Emergency Order 22-001 on September 27, 2022, due to Hurricane Ian. The Emergency Order provides authority for rescheduling of millage and budget hearings, suspending the September 30 installment payment and allowing the applicable discount to the installment payment through and including October 14, 2022.

​On September 25 and 26, the Department issued a memo to Florida Taxing Authorities, Tax Collectors and Property Appraisers, to assist in rescheduling of millage and budget hearings due to Tropical Storm Ian.