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Important Dates  Exemption for Deployed Service Members 2018 Filing Period January 2, 2018 - June 1, 2018 Homestead Exemption & Portability Pre-Filing Period April 1, 2018– December 31, 2018 Filing Period January 2, 2018 – March 1, 2018 Limited Income Seniors 2018 Filing Period January 2, 2018 - March 1, 2018 Tangible Personal Property TPP Tax Return Deadline April 2, 2018
The Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser's Office continues to seek new ways to serve you. We have prepared this web site to give you an overview of our many functions and how this office and the various taxing authorities interact with the property owner. It is our pleasure to provide these helpful facts on the valuation and tax process as well as to explain various benefits available through tax exemptions in the State of Florida. Please feel free to visit or call our office with your comments and/or questions. The Current Data on this website represents Working Values Only. These values have been certified to the Florida Department of Revenue for compliance and Truth In Millage(TRIM) Notice processing only. The Final Tax Roll will not be certified until October 2018. “Certified data” represents assessed values certified to the Tax Collector for the generation of tax bills. No warranties express or implied, are provided for any of the assessment data herein, either current or certified, or for its use or its interpretation.
Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser Gregory S. Brown, CFA
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NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION OF TAX ROLLS Pursuant to section 193.122, Florida Statutes (2017), notice is hereby given to all taxpayers and owners of both real and personal property that the 2017 Santa Rosa County Tax Rolls have been certified for collection to the Tax Collector. The pre-certification for all properties to the Tax Collector was completed on October 16th, 2017. The Final Certification to the Florida Department of Revenue was completed on October 20, 2017. All assessments are subject to the terms of F.S. 194.171(2) based on the certification, petitions submitted to the Value Adjustment Board and/or properties which were re-trimmed
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Public Records Requests of the Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser Records regarding Real Property and Tangible Personal Property assessments are maintained at the Santa Rosa County Property Appraisers Office and are available to the public upon request. Please note records such as Deeds, Surveys, Titles, etc., are not maintained by this office. The public records custodian is Mr. Sandell. Public Records requests may be directed to the custodian at the following: Address: 6495 Caroline Street, Suite K, Milton Florida 32570 Phone: (850) 983-1880 Email: publicrecords@srcpa.org
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10 Percent Cap For Non-Homesteaded Properties)
3rd HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION CALCULATOR Please click the link to get an estimate of how much you will save if Amendment 1 is approved. https://3hxestimator.org
Santa Rosa County Fire Protection Tax Increase The Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners passed and adopted a tax increase in the Santa Rosa County Fire Protection Assessment on July 12, 2018. As your property appraiser I have the statutory choice to include any non-ad valorem notice on our Proposed Property Tax Notice and I have agreed to include their notice of your Fire Assessment Increase on the enclosed Notice of Proposed Property Taxes (TRIM Notice) as a courtesy cost savings (in postage alone) to you as taxpayers.  Without including their notice with ours, you would receive two different notices, but later you would receive a combined tax bill from the tax collector.  Please take note, the Santa Rosa County Property Appraiser did not conduct the calculation of the fire tax assessment and has no responsibility for the Fire Assessment/Tax Increase.  Please refer to the Non-Ad Valorem section of your TRIM notice to view the amount of your fire tax. If you have any questions concerning an increase due to only the fire tax increase you should call the Santa Rosa County Emergency Operations Center at (850) 983-5360 or Visit the website www.santarosa.fl.gov/TRIM .