The Property Appraiser has mailed the Notice of Proposed Property Taxes (TRIM) to all property owners. When you receive your TRIM notice it will contain a personalized code that allows you to better interact with our office. Enter the code below. Once you enter the code, you will be able to report Hurricane Ian damage, apply for exemptions and review your value. You can also access your parcel information and TRIM notice by using the Quick Search below and clicking on the links provided.

Property Database Disclaimer

The information that is supplied by the Lee County Property Appraiser is public information and must be accepted and used with the understanding that the data was collected primarily for the use and purpose of creating a Property Tax Roll per Florida Statute.

The Lee County Property Appraiser will not be held liable as to the validity, correctness, accuracy, completeness and/or reliability of this information and assumes no liability whatsoever associated with the use or misuse of this public information.

All displayed values (Land, Building, Just Taxable and Assessed) are from data for the year and period selected. This information is updated periodically (Preliminary, TRIM and Final). Sales prices/dates and other information (owner's name, address, etc.) is up to date. However, the various property values displayed for the current year may change throughout the year due to the effect Tax Roll processes may have on them.

PLEASE NOTE: If a discrepancy is discovered in your parcel record or photo, or in those of another parcel, please bring it to our attention immediately:

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