Welcome to the Gulf County Property Appraisers Website!
Welcome to the Gulf County Property Appraiser site. Our primary goal in the Property Appraiser's office is to serve the people of Gulf County with integrity and outstanding service while determining a fair and equitable value on properties located within Gulf County. This site has been developed as an extension of our office to provide you, the user, with the most up to date information available to us regarding properties in Gulf County. The information contained herein will be regularly maintained for your benefit. Your comments and suggestions are encouraged as we continue to enhance the features on our site. As your elected Property Appraiser, I look forward to hearing from you and serving the people of Gulf County. I encourage you to contact my office with any questions or concerns. We are located in Room 110 at the Gulf County Courthouse, or give us a call at 850-229-6115. Best Regards, Mitch Burke, CFA
Important Dates
Office Hours Monday-Friday  9am-5pm  (Eastern Time)
Office Location
1000 Cecil G. Costin, Sr. Blvd., Room 110 Port St. Joe, Florida 32456
Gulf County Property Appraiser
Mitch Burke, CFA
January 1st - Filing period begins for all exemptions March 1st - Filing period ends for all exemptions April 1st - Deadline for all Tangible Personal Property returns without penalty July 1st - Preliminary Tax roll Certification to the Taxing Authorities and DOR August 12th* - Notice of Proposed Taxes (TRIM's) mailed (mid-month) September 6th* - Petition filing deadline - 25 days after TRIM's are mailed out October 10th* - Value Adjustment Board hearings (determined by Clerk of Court) October 15th* - Tax roll Certified to Tax Collector (mid-month) November 10th* - Tax bills mailed out in early November (usually first week of month) *dates may not reflect actual dates but are estimates
Now accepting all exemption and classification applications for Year 2020..
Home Search Records Exemptions General Information Forms Tangible Contact TRIM Budget HB 909 Tax Data Important Dates Links Gulf Co. Foreclosures Millage Rates FAQ Tax Estimator Historical Data Homestead Fraud Staff Employment 2019 Tax Roll Property Owner Bill of Rights
When buying real estate property, you should not assume that property taxes will remain the same.   Whenever there is a change in ownership, the assessed value of the property may reset to full market value, which could result in higher property taxes. Please use our Tax Estimator to approximate your new property taxes.
If you purchased/transferred property and recorded the deed/document  after July 1, 2019, the Tax Bill may have been sent to the prior owner of record. Please contact the Tax Collector's office for a copy of the Tax bill.
The Property Appraiser does not send tax bills and does not set or collect taxes. Please visit the Tax Collector's website directly for additional information.