2023 Property Tax Roll is Open for Collection
It’s time to pay 2023 property taxes. We offer a variety of payment methods for your convenience. The earlier you pay, the bigger the discount!
And click here to watch a helpful video from Tax Collector Nancy Millan and Property Appraiser Bob Henriquez about the property tax process.
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Important - Appointments are Available to Hillsborough County Residents Only
Appointments are available to Hillsborough County residents only, and a driver license or alien number will be required at the time of booking.
Taxpayers of Hillsborough County,
As your Hillsborough County Tax Collector, it is my goal to deliver first-class service and professionalism as our team serves you, your families, and your businesses.
Innovation, convenience, and accessibility to our services are some of my top priorities. We strive to make it as easy as possible to do business with the Tax Collector’s Office while ensuring fiscal accountability. Our team has made great strides in providing many options for you to conduct business with our office, including online or by mail.
It is my distinct honor and pleasure to serve as your Hillsborough County Tax Collector. I am dedicated to creating an exceptional customer experience and continually improving to better serve you.
Nancy C. Millan
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Renew your registration online and pick up same day at the office of your choice.Learn About RENEW-2-GO
Real ID Travel Deadline
May 7, 2025 - New REAL ID Travel Guidelines
Beginning May 7, 2025, every air traveler 18 years of age and older will need a REAL ID compliant driver’s license or another acceptable form of ID to fly (including domestic flights). Check your license to see if you have the gold star in the upper right corner.Learn more about REAL ID
Hillsborough County Tax Collector Honors Legacy of Civil Rights Advocate Mary Alice Dorsett at North Tampa Office Grand Reopening
Commissioner Gwen Myers, former Mayor Bob Buckhorn, and Dorsett’s family joined Tax Collector Nancy C. Millan to officially open the upgraded 22,000 sq ft office The Hillsborough County Tax Collector […]Read More
Media Advisory – Hillsborough County Tax Collector to Host Grand Re-Opening, Building Dedication for North Tampa Branch Expansion
Building to be dedicated to late Mary Alice Dorsett, Tampa Citizen and Civil Rights Advocate Hillsborough County Tax Collector Nancy C. Millan is hosting a grand re-opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony […]Read More
Hillsborough County Tax Collector’s Office to close Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving Holiday
All Hillsborough County Tax Collector’s offices will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd, and Friday, November 24th, for the Thanksgiving Holiday. “Our offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday […]Read More
Property Impacted by Hurricane Ian?
If you live in one of the 26 Florida counties that were impacted by Hurricane Ian and your property was left completely destroyed or otherwise rendered uninhabitable, Governor DeSantis has signed an Executive Order to delay your property tax payments. Read more on this executive order and other state and federal resources here.
Can I pay my property taxes online?
Yes, you can pay your property taxes and also your tangible taxes online. And if you pay them before the end of the year you get a discount! Save yourself some time, save yourself a stamp (and potential of delayed mail with the holidays) and pay online. Also, if you pay by eCheck there is no convenience fee! Click here and then enter your address to pay.
How do I apply for Homestead exemption?
You may apply for homestead exemption by calling the Property Appraiser’s office at (813) 272-6100 or by visiting their website at hcpafl.org.
I need to renew my tag. What do I need to bring in and can I send someone else in to renew my tag for me?
To renew your tag, please bring in your current renewal notice or registration, proof of Florida insurance (card, binder or insurance affidavit completed by vehicle owner) and payment (cash, check, money order, debit/credit card). You may send someone else to renew your tag.
I just paid off my vehicle. How can I obtain my FL Title?
I need to update my address on my driver license but, I do not have any bills in my name. What can I use?
If you do not have any documents under your name, you may provide two proofs of residential address from a parent, step-parent, legal guardian or other person with whom you reside and a Certification of Address form.
If my license is suspended can I still renew my registration?
Many suspensions will prevent you from renewing your registration. To find out what you need to clear your suspension, you may call our office at (813) 635-5200.
Certain suspensions can be reinstates online. Visit FLHSMV’s MyDMV Portal for more information.
I lost my driver license/ID card how can I order a replacement?
If you are REAL ID compliant, you may visit any one of our branches to obtain a replacement. If you are not REAL ID compliant, you will need to bring required documents before getting your replacement. Please visit What to Bring to see a list of required documents. The fee for a replacement license is $31.25.
I just sold my vehicle what do I do with my tag?
If you are not using your tag on a replacement vehicle, it is recommended that you turn it in by visiting one of our branches. Turning in your plate will prevent your driver license from being suspended.
I just moved to FL what do I need to switch to a FL driver license and FL tag?
To switch to a FL driver license, you are required to pass a vision test. You will need to present primary identification, proof of social security number and proof of residential address. To see what documents are accepted, please visit What to Bring.
To get a FL tag, you will need to present your out-of-state title, valid identification and proof of FL insurance. In addition, you will need a VIN verification on your vehicle. All owners on title must be present when transferring ownership to Florida.
I want to remove someone’s name from my title and registration. How do I do so?
To remove a name, you will need to visit one of our branches. Removing a name requires you to sign as seller and purchaser on your title. A new registration will be printed under your name only. If names are joined by “AND” on the title, both the owner and co-owner must sign as sellers to remove a name.
I tried to renew my registration online and it did not allow me. Why?
There are a variety of reasons why you would not be able to renew online. To determine why your specific plate cannot be renewed online, you may call our office at (813) 635-5200.