PROPERTY TAX RELIEF/REFUND INFORMATION
to report damage and/or apply for a prorated refund of property taxes for residential dwellings rendered uninhabitable 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.
Important Dates to Remember
- January 1st
- Date of assessment (lien date).
- April 1st
Filing deadline for Tangible Personal Property Tax Returns (DR-405) with no penalty applied.
Lee County no longer requires written requests for extensions to filing Tangible
Personal Property Tax Returns (DR-405) by April 1. Extensions are automatically granted to May 15,
or the next business day thereafter. Late-filing penalties commence on the following day.
Return of Pollution Control Devices (DR-492) must be received each year with the DR-405.
(see Tangible Forms and Filing for the required forms)
- May 15th
DR-405 filing deadline for tangible personal property accounts with automatic extensions.
Late-filing penalties will begin to accrue on the following business day.
- Assessment and Proposed tax (TRIM) notices mailed.
- Value Adjustment Board (VAB) petition filing deadline.
(see VAB Procedures and Online Filing Information)
- Tax bills sent out by Tax Collector's Office.
(* exact date varies on a year-to-year basis)