Today’s The Deadline To Pay Property, Intangible Taxes

March 31, 2010

If you have not paid your real estate or tangible personal property taxes yet, today is the last day to pay to avoid late fees.All unpaid taxes will be delinquent April 1, according to Escambia County Tax Collector Janet Holley.  A penalty of three percent for real estate and 1.5 percent for tangible taxes will be assessed on April 1. Over $38 million (approximately 15 percent) of the tax roll remained unpaid as of last week.

Payments will be accepted without penalty if:

  • mailed with a postmark by March 31
  • left in a 24-hour drop box available at all offices by midnight March 31
  • made on the tax collector web site by midnight March 31
  • made by phone with credit card on an after-hours automated service at (800) 601‑1055 by midnight March 31 (convenience fee applies)

You may check the status of your taxes and pay online at If you have any questions, please call the tax collector’s office at (850) 438-6500, ext. 252. (TTY users for the hearing impaired call 472‑0031.)

All Tax Collector offices will be closed Friday, April 2, in observance of Good Friday.


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