Our offices will be closed on December 24th and 25th. Please visit our website for online services at AlachuaCollector.com.
We wish you a safe and happy holiday!
Our offices will be closed to the public on Thursday and Friday, November 26th and 27th for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Online services are available for tax payments and vehicle registration renewal at: https://alachua.county-taxes.com/public. To schedule an appointment for an office visit during our normal business hours click HERE.
We wish you a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving Holiday!
The registration renewal period of heavy trucks weighing between 5,001 pounds and 7,999 pounds is changing from December to the primary registrant’s birth date, unless the owner is a business. If your Heavy Truck registration expires Dec. 2020 you will have the option to extend the renewal to your birth month in 2021 or an additional year to your birth month in 2022. If your date of birth falls within January and June you can pay a prorated amount to renew your registrations in December 2020 for 1 to 18 months. Likewise, customers whose date of birth falls within July and December would pay a prorated amount in December 2020 for 7-24 months. For more information visit the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles website.
This year the United Way of North Central Florida awarded the Alachua County Tax Collector’s office with their highest honor…the GAV Award!!! “GAV” stands for “Give, Advocate and Volunteer”. We are in company with UF Health, Nationwide and Enterprise Holdings. That’s huge! We thank our staff for their consistent support throughout the years. Last year we also achieved 100% participation with payroll deduction contributions. Contributions have never been needed more. The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched available resources with more people needing assistance, while donations have taken a hit at the same time.
As of 9/01/2020 we are pleased to announce that John Power was installed as the President of the Florida Tax Collectors Association, the statewide association representing 67 tax collectors throughout the state of Florida. He previously served as Vice President and the Secretary of Education. Alachua County Clerk of the Court, Jess Irby, performed the swearing-in ceremony for Mr. Power and the other officers of the board.
We celebrate this honorable appointment and are proud of his leadership!
All office will be closed on Friday, July 3rd, 2020 in observance of Independence Day. Please continue to use our mail and online services for registration/tag renewals and property payments. Currently all services requiring an office visit are by appointment only. Click here to schedule an appointment.