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Property Taxes are Delinquent April 1st

Current taxes become delinquent on April 1st, but you still have plenty of time to pay with a variety of options. To avoid a 3% delinquent penalty, see below about payment options and deadlines.

  • Online - payment must be made by 11:59 pm (EDT) on Saturday, March 31st. You can print a paid receipt immediately. If you would like to view or print your tax bill, that also can be done online.
  • eBanking/Bill Pay - create a payee for “Tax Collector Barbara Ford-Coates” as your bank instructs. Include your account number, and remember, for your payment to reach our bank account by Saturday, March 31st, you must initiate your payment with sufficient lead time.
  • Mail - Payment must be postmarked by Saturday, March 31st and mailed to 101 S. Washington Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34236.
  • In Person - Since the 31st falls on the weekend, Florida law allows for payments to be made in person only on Monday, April 2nd. Payment must be delivered to a Service Center or placed in the 24-hour drop box by 5:00 pm (EDT) Monday, April 2nd.

Did You Know?

Tax receipts are available to print from our website 24/7. Please note, if you itemize your deductions, any non-ad valorem assessments on the tax bill may not be deductible on your federal income tax return. You may want to discuss this with a tax professional.