The Tax Collector collects taxes on real estate and tangible personal property, as well as concurrent fees for City services such as solid waste collection and stormwater discharge.
The Tax Collector does not determine the amount of the tax or the assessment.
The Property Appraiser determines the value of all property in the county, approves and calculates various tax exemptions, and develops a Tax Roll that includes the legal description of the property and the mailing address of the owner.
The City of Jacksonville, the Duval County School Board and other taxing authorities determine the amount of the tax.
Property tax bills are mailed to owners of record in November for the current year. If you own property and do not receive a bill you are still obligated to pay the tax. Inquire about your property on the link below or contact the Tax Collector by phone or email.
Find and pay your taxes online
Many answers regarding property taxes can be found in the FAQ section of this website. If additional information is needed, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call the Tax Department at (904) 255-5700, option 4.
View a sample tax bill [PDF]
To check to see if an account has municipal liens (nuisance, demolition, etc) please click here.
The Special Lien Improvement Book can be found here. This includes the DVI Assessment and 581 Hospital Liens. Updates to the Special Lien Improvement Book will be done monthly.
Address all correspondence regarding property taxes to:
Duval County Tax Collector
Attn: Tax Department
231 E. Forsyth Street, Suite 130
Jacksonville, FL 32202-3370