HURRICANE IAN INFORMATION
to report damage to properties affected by Hurricane Ian.
Your Tax Roll Value Letter is now available for single family residences and mobile/manufactured homes.
Use the Quick Search below to find your parcel, and select Parcel Details from the links on the search results page. From the Property Data page, create the Letter using the link in the Current Working Values section.
Please Note: Some properties will not have a Tax Roll Value Letter. For more information, please see the question: “Why doesn’t this parcel have a Tax Roll Value Letter"
in our FAQs.
HURRICANE IAN DAMAGE REPORTING AND TAX RELIEF/REFUND INFORMATION
On December 16 Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law section 197.3181 Florida Statutes which provides for a prorated refund of property taxes for residential dwellings rendered uninhabitable by Hurricane Ian.
The Department of Revenue has prepared a Hurricane Ian guide for understanding the details.
THE APRIL 3, 2023 DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR THE IAN TAX REFUND HAS PASSED AND WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING REFUND APPLICATIONS.
However, we still want to hear about any damage your property may have sustained as this may affect the 2023 tax roll we are currently working on.
There are two ways to report Hurricane Ian damage our office:
The easiest is to use the Alternate Key code found on your tax bill to fill out the web damage questionnaire. This helps us identify your parcel as you tell us about the damage to your property.
Have An Alternate Key Code?
Enter the Alternate Key from your tax bill and let us know about how Hurricane Ian affected your property.
You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with damage information or any questions you may have.