2022 Property Tax bills sent out

2022 Property Tax bill mailed October 31st.

Property Tax bill mailed October 31st.  Receive a 4% discount when you pay in November.  There are 3 ways to pay:  Online, By Mail, or In Person.  For questions about your tax bill, contact our Tax Operations staff @ 352-264-6968.

Trim Notice

TRIM notices from the Alachua County Property Appraiser’s office have now been mailed.

Please contact them promptly if you have questions regarding the assessed value, exemptions, or other concerns. They are the experts on your TRIM notice. Final tax bills will be mailed by November 1st.


New CDL Address Requirements

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Cell Phones for Soldiers

Bring Us Your Old Cell Phones!

Since 2006 the Alachua County Tax Collectors Office has been an official Cell Phones For Soldiers Drop-Off Location. Mobile devices and tablets donated to CPFS are quickly wiped of all personal information, sold to recyclers who strip the devices of any salvageable components and/or rare metals and then responsibly recycle the remaining parts. The proceeds from this process are used to purchase prepaid international calling cards for troops and to provide emergency funding to veterans. Approximately 2,500 callings cards are mailed to the troops each week. Drop off boxes are available at all Alachua County Tax Collector locations.

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Need to restore your license?

Alachua County Clerk of Court will be hosting a virtual drivers license clinic April 4th-8th. If your license has been suspended or revoked sign up for the free clinic at www.alachuaclerk.org.

For any questions Call (352) 264-7003 or Email: dlclinic@alachuaclerk.org

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Effective Monday, January 31st, 2022, our new office at 5830 NW 34th Blvd will be open. It’s located just across the street from our current location. We are consolidating two outdated buildings into one high-efficiency center to better serve our customers.