Welcome to the Volusia County Property Appraiser Website
Exemption and Agricultural Classification renewal cards have been mailed. These cards show which exemption(s) or Agricultural Classification(s) are currently on your property, so please carefully review your card(s). If you see any discrepancies, please contact our office.
The filing deadline for all 2019 exemption applications including homestead, and agricultural classification is March 1, 2019. You can view important information and qualification requirements for each exemption category by visiting our Exemptions page.
Please do not hesitate to call or visit any one of our four offices if you have other questions.Sincerely,
Hurricane Abatement of Taxes (Florida Statute 197.318)
If a residential dwelling or house that is owned and used as a homestead is rendered uninhabitable for at least 30 days due to damage or destruction to the property caused by Hurricane Hermine or Hurricane Matthew during the 2016 calendar year or Hurricane Irma during the 2017 calendar year, taxes initially levied in 2019 may be abated in the following manner:
(a)The property owner must file an application with the property appraiser no later than March 1, 2019. A property owner who fails to file an application by March 1, 2019, waives a claim for abatement of taxes under this section.
(b)The application shall identify the residential parcel on which the residential improvement was damaged or destroyed, the date the damage or destruction occurred, and the number of days the property was uninhabitable during the calendar year that the hurricane occurred.
(c)The application shall be verified under oath and is subject to penalty of perjury.Click Here for the Application
2019 Important Dates
The primary mission of the Volusia County Property Appraiser is to fairly and equitably discover, list, and value all real and tangible personal property in Volusia County for the purpose of creating the annual ad valorem tax roll in accordance with applicable Florida Statutes and Florida Department of Revenue Substantive Regulations.
Our secondary mission involves assisting our public (citizens, cities, independent taxing authorities and county government) in accessing and utilizing the tremendous real estate/economic database, maps, and other associated information which we continuously maintain and update.
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