Escambia Property Taxes Due By Today

March 31, 2016

Real estate and tangible personal property taxes become delinquent on Friday.

After the Thursday, March 31 deadline, a penalty of 3 percent for real estate and 1½ percent for tangible taxes will be assessed. Over $28 million (approximately 10 percent) of the Escambia County tax roll remains unpaid, according to Tax Collector Janet Holley.

To avoid the penalty, payment must be made by midnight, March 31.

Many payment options are available:

  • online at
  • mailed with a postmark by March 31
  • in person at any of four tax collector offices
  • phone – please call 438-6500, ext. 3252

Drive thru service and 24-hour drop boxes are available at all locations.

You may check the status of your taxes and pay online at For more information, contact the tax collector’s office at (850) 438-6500, ext. 3252.


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