In accordance with Section 195.087, Florida Statutes, the Property Appraiser must submit a budget
for the upcoming fiscal year (October 1 to September 30) to the Florida Department of Revenue by
June 1st. This process is performed each year.
The budget is divided into four (4) general categories:
- Personal Services
- includes expenditures for wages, social security, insurance, retirement, etc.
- Operating Expenses
- costs associated with day-to-day operation of the office; postage,
equipment maintenance and repair, supplies, legal advertisements, etc.
- Operating Capital Outlay
- typically one-time expenditures for additional, or replacement of, equipment,
such as copiers, data processing equipment, office furniture, etc.
- unknown or unexpected emergencies and reserve funds for specific purposes
that are probable yet unresolved
Section 195.087, Florida Statutes requires each Property Appraiser to post their
final approved budget on their website within 30 days after adoption.
HB909 - TAX ROLL STATISTICS
Section 195.052, Florida Statutes, as amended by the 2008 Florida Legislature
(Chapter 2008-197, Laws of Florida) requires that the Department of Revenue and
all county property appraisers publish certain county and municipal property tax
information on their web sites.
This law requires the Department of Revenue to publish on its web sites
certain non-voted property tax information for county and municipal governments.
Within each county, the tables below present the following information for each
nonvoted levy by the county and municipal governments:
Table 1: Comparison of Taxes
Levied – County and Municipal Governments
- Millage Rates and Taxes Levied
- Prior Year Adopted
- Current Rolled-Back Rate (no budget increase)
- Current Adopted Rate
- Percent Change in Taxes Levied
Table 2: Distribution of Taxes
Levied by Property Type - County and Municipal Governments
Table 2 presents the proportion of property taxes paid for each county and
municipal nonvoted levy by each of the following property
- Residential real property includes single family residential, real property
mobile homes, duplexes, triplexes, other multi-family parcels, residential
condominiums and those portions of other types of property which are used as a
- Homestead property
- Vacant lots
- Non-Residential real property includes the following types of property,
excluding any portions used as a homestead.
- Commercial improved and vacant
- Industrial improved and vacant
- Other (government leasehold interests, miscellaneous and non-agricultural
- Tangible Personal Property
- Railroad property centrally assessed by the state
- Percent of total taxes levied for New Construction
information on the source and calculation methodology of the data presented in