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Hurricane Ian Damage & Property Tax Deadlines

Gov. DeSantis has signed an Executive Order 22-242 extending the discount period for property owners whose property “has been completely destroyed or otherwise rendered uninhabitable” due to damage from Hurricane Ian. Complete the Hurricane Ian Damage & Discount Extension Request form online. After your submission is received, a staff member will contact you regarding a replacement 2022 tax bill. Note: the replacement bill only extends the discount; the amount due will not change.

If you experienced damage due to Hurricane Ian, report this to the Sarasota County Property Appraiser.

Appointments for Services
Appointments are recommended for all services and can be scheduled online. Appointments are required for the Road or Written Test, Concealed Weapon License, and any service in the North Port Office. You must be a Sarasota County resident. If you are establishing residency or are a seasonal resident, you are eligible for an appointment. If you live outside of Sarasota County, please contact your local Tax Collector. Customers who walk in without an appointment may encounter a long wait or may be turned away if the office is at capacity.

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