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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.

Important Dates To Remember

January 1
Date of assessment for all properties.
January and February
Filing of applications for all exemptions for the current year. Applications filed after March 1 may be granted for the following year.
January to April 1
Filing of Tangible Personal Property tax returns.
March 1
Filing deadline for all exemptions and agricultural classification.
April 1
Filing deadline for Tangible Personal Property tax returns.
July 1
The Property Appraiser's office submits the assessment rolls to the Florida Department of Revenue for review and approval.
TRIM Notices are mailed to all Lee County property owners. Property owners have 25 days from the mailing date of TRIM notices in which to file a petition with the Value Adjustment Board ( VAB ) contesting the property’s value. Owners can request an informal conference with the Property Appraiser at any time during the year.
Assessment rolls are certified for collection.
Tax bills are mailed by Lee County Tax Collector. (4% discount if paid in November, 3% in December, 2% in January, and 1% in February)
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