If your property received extensive damage from Hurricane Ian, please use our Damage Reporting Form to make our appraisal staff aware.
If your property was uninhabitable for 30 days or more you may be eligible for a partial tax refund. Scroll down to the News & Announcements section for details.
News & Announcements
Filing deadline looms for tax benefits
The deadline for filing an application for all property tax exemptions (including Homestead) or agricultural use classification is March 1st.
Exemption applications may be filed online or in person at any of our locations. Classified use applicants should complete the application packet and return to our office. Details and frequently asked questions for these benefits may found by using these links:
Tax refunds due to Hurricanes Ian or Nicole
A homeowner may be eligible for a partial refund of 2022 property taxes if a residential improvement was rendered uninhabitable for at least 30 days due to Hurricane Ian or Hurricane Nicole. For a complete guide to the process and eligibility, see The Florida Homeowner's Guide published by the Department of Revenue.
After reviewing the guide to see if you are eligible, complete the application form and return to our office on or before April 3, 2023. You can return the form in person or via email to PA@SC-PA.com.
North Port hours expanded
The North Port office, located in City Hall, is now open 5 days a week from 8:30-5:00 to better serve you.