The role of the Property Appraiser is to establish the assessed value of real and personal property, grant exemptions, update the tax roll with ownership and address changes, and perform other tax roll corrections as needed.
Transactions to be completed at the property appraiser’s office:
Other Exemption Applications or Questions, such as Widows, Low Income Senior, Disabled Veteran, Personal Property etc.
MH402 - Declaration of Mobile Home as Real Property (must present your mobile home registration(s) at time of application)
Address/Ownership Changes; Address changes can be made by submitting an electronic change of address form located on manateepao.gov, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at the Manatee County Property Appraiser’s Office.
Maps and Aerial Photos of properties
Request for Real Property Split or Combine
Value Proration Sheet
Closure of a Tangible Personal Property Business Account
Appraisal/Assessed Value Questions
TRIM (Truth in Millage) Notices
Locating a Parcel with no assigned address
If you are purchasing new property, please note that all existing exemptions, caps and discounts on the property from the previous owner will be removed and the assessed value will be returned to market value. This may have a dramatic effect on the future taxes. Remember, as the new owner, you will need to apply for any exemptions by March 1st, which would lower your taxable value and taxes.
Location of the Property Appraiser's Office
To request information or process any of the transactions listed above, contact the Manatee County Property Appraiser:
Manatee County Property Appraiser
(Located in Downtown Bradenton) 915 - 4th Avenue West Bradenton, FL 34205 Phone: 941.748.8208 8:30 AM – 5 PM (Monday – Friday) manateepao.gov