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
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.
Damage from Hurricane Ian?
If your property was destroyed or damaged by Hurricane Ian, please use our damage reporting form to let us know.
The Florida Department of Revenue has issued a Homeowner's Guide for Hurricane Ian that contains answers to many commonly asked questions about property taxes and impacts to value.
If you will be displaced for a long period of time and wish to change your mailing address to ensure receipt of important tax related mailings, please submit a change of address request.