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Welcome to the Wakulla County Property Appraiser’s Website

We invite you to explore the many services available on our website.  It is provided as a service to our customers, the community and the public abroad, to assist in obtaining property ownership information, assessment roll data, building sketches, sales data, parcel ownership maps, aerials and other information on properties within Wakulla County, Florida.

We welcome your comments and suggestions on how we may better serve you.  If you need additional information, please contact our office directly.

 

Has Your Home Been Damaged by Wind, Fire, Water?

Section 197.319, Florida Statutes (F.S.), provides a refund of property taxes paid for residential improved property rendered uninhabitable for at least 30 days due to a catastrophic event.

To be eligible for refund, the property must be determined “uninhabitable,” that is the property could not be used or occupied for the purpose for which it was constructed for a period of at least 30 days due to damage to, destruction of, or a condition that compromises the structural integrity of the residential improvement which was caused by a catastrophic event.

The owner of the property must file a sworn application and supporting documentation with the property appraiser’s office by March 1, of the year immediately following the catastrophic event.  DR465 Catastrophic Event Tax Refund

 

 

 

Ed Brimner, Your Property Appraiser

The mission of the Wakulla County Property Appraiser’s Office is to ensure the highest quality service possible to the citizens of Wakulla County and to consistently produce a fair and equitable property value roll annually in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida.  I look forward to bringing advanced technology and professional appraisal practices, along with an emphasis on outstanding customer service to the citizens of Wakulla County. It is a tremendous honor to serve as your Wakulla County Property Appraiser and I promise to work hard and produce Honest, Fair, and Equitable assessments for all Wakulla County property owners.

God Bless,
Ed Brimner, CFA
Certified General Appraiser, RZ3797