Our office will be closed for Independence Day on July 4th. Online services are available 24/7 through our website.
Our office will be closed for Juneteenth on June 20th. Online services are available 24/7 through our website.
Our offices will be closed on Wednesday, April 13th for In-Service Training. We will reopen on Thursday, April 14th during our normal business hours from 8:30am to 4:30pm.
Each year our team meets for a day of learning and team building. The title for this year’s In-Service Training is “The Power of Positivity and Inclusion” and focuses on the organization’s mission to “Serve the Public with Integrity, Innovation, Fiscal Responsibility and RESPECT”
Have a suspended license? Overdue court obligations or traffic tickets? Operation Green Light is a great
opportunity to pay-off old obligations and get back on the road while saving up to 35% in collection agency fees.
1. Pay the full original amount. *
a. All additional collection agency fees and interest will be waived. b. Will close case and enable clearing driver license of that suspension.**
2. Set-up a payment plan to satisfy obligations.***
a. Collection agency fees will be waived.**
b. Interest will remain and case will not be closed until payment plan completed.
c. Initiating a payment plan will enable clearing driver license of that suspension. **
Full payment or the initiating of a payment plan may be done over the phone or in-person at both Alachua County Courthouses during business hours, April 4-8, 2022.
Family and Civil Courthouse (Civil Traffic Cases)
Mickle Criminal Courthouse (All Criminal Cases)
201 East University Avenue Gainesville, FL 32601
220 South Main Street Gainesville, FL 32601
*Cash, Personal/Cashier Checks, and Major Credit Cards Accepted (3.5% convenience fee added for credit card
**Driver license reinstatement fees are unable to be waived or included on payment plan. ***Payment plan requires a $25 initiation cost.
****If payment plan not completed, case will be returned to collection agency and fees will be reapplied.
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.