We are proud to announce that we have upgraded to Paperless — a new payment portal which, for the first time ever, will allow you to create an online account, view bills, make payments and manage tax statement preferences.
With Paperless, taxpayers have access to:
- Email Notifications. Sign up for eBills and we’ll send notifications each time a statement is ready to view.
- Online Payments. Pay by eCheck*, debit** or credit card**.
- Paperless Statements. Go green and login to download statements, view bills and see account activity online.
3 Steps to Pay Your Taxes
Please verify the description of the property. If there are any errors, notify the Property Appraiser’s Office immediately at (407) 836-5044.
2. Select a Payment Method
By Mail. Detach and return the notice to Property Tax Department, P.O. Box 545100, Orlando, FL 32854. Pay by check made payable to “Scott Randolph”.
In Person. Visit our Property Tax Department or any of our office locations. Pay by check made payable to “Scott Randolph,” cash, certified check, money order, attorney/ title company, escrow/trust check or credit card**.
3. Receive an Early Payment Discount (optional)
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Important Dates to Remember
November 1, 2016. First day to pay taxes and assessments
Before March 1. File for new exemptions with the Property Appraiser.
March 31. Last day to pay taxes and assessments without penalty.
April 1. Unpaid real estate taxes are delinquent (3% minimum mandatory charge plus fees will be imposed). Unpaid tangible personal property taxes are delinquent (interest accrues at rate of 1.5% per month plus advertising and fees). Tax warrants are issued for all unpaid tangible personal property taxes.
April 30. Deadline for Installment Plan Application.
May 30, 2017 5PM. Last day to pay real estate taxes without lien.
* eCheck payments are subject to a $2.00 charge.
** 2.39% processing fee
Note: We do not accept Personal or Business checks for Delinquent Taxes. Delinquent taxes can be paid online or in person by the following methods: cash, certified check, money order, attorney/title company, escrow/trust check or credit/debit cards.