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Welcome to the Volusia County Property Appraiser Website
The TRIM (TRuth In Millage) notice will be mailed on August 18, 2017 and will also be available for viewing on our website under each property record card. This notice, also known as the Notice of Proposed Property Taxes, contains important information about your property's value, exemptions, classifications, non-ad valorem assessments and more. It can be difficult to understand all the rates and values, so we have created a tool on our website that we hope will make things easier to comprehend. Please have a look by clicking on this link, Understanding your TRIM notice.
While you are reviewing your notice, take a look at your property's value and any exemptions or classifications that you may or may not have. If you believe that the value assessed is not accurate or you feel you are entitled to an exemption or classification that is not reflected on the notice, please call or stop by one of our offices. If we cannot resolve the issue, you may file a petition for adjustment with the Value Adjustment Board (VAB). For more information about the VAB or how to file a petition, click here.
On the front of your notice in the last column, there are dates, times and locations for each public hearing that is associated with your property. This is where the taxing authorities adopt budgets and tax rates for the next year. Our elected leaders want to know what you think about your proposed taxes prior to taking any action. You may attend any or all of these meetings and get answers to questions you may have.
Once again, if you have any questions, please contact us any time.
2017 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.
Aerial Views from around Volusia County