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.
Florida Property Owner Bill of Rights
In 2019, the Florida Legislature passed HB 1159 regarding private property rights. As stated in Florida Statute
the Property Appraiser's Office shall provide on its website a Property Owner Bill of Rights.
PROPERTY OWNER BILL OF RIGHTS
This Bill of Rights does not represent all of your rights under Florida law regarding your property and should not be viewed as a comprehensive guide to property rights.
This document does not create a civil cause of action and neither expands nor limits any rights or remedies provided under any other law. This document does not replace
the need to seek legal advice in matters relating to property law. Laws relating to your rights are found in the State Constitution, Florida Statutes, local ordinances,
and court decisions. Your rights and protections include:
The right to acquire, possess, and protect your property.
The right to use and enjoy your property.
The right to exclude others from your property.
The right to dispose of your property.
The right to due process.
The right to just compensation for property taken for a public purpose.
The right to relief, or payment of compensation, when a new law, rule, regulation, or ordinance of the state or a political entity unfairly affects your property.
Fla. Stat. § 70.002
Added by 2019 Fla. Laws, ch. 155, s 3, eff. 7/1/2019
Other Taxpayer Rights links
Section 192.0105 - Taxpayer rights
Section 213.015 - Taxpayer rights
Florida Taxpayer's Bill of Rights - DOR GT-800039 (R.09/18)