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If your property was completely destroyed and/or is otherwise rendered uninhabitable as a result of Hurricane Ian, you qualify for a paymentextension of your 2022 property taxes. The extensions are as follows:
Allows payment in the 4% discount period until January 31, 2023 (normally December 1, 2022).
Allows payment in the 3% discount until February 28, 2023 (normally December 31, 2022)
Allows payment in the 2% discount until March 31, 2023 (normally January 31, 2023)
Allows payment in the 1% discount until April 30, 2023 (normally February 28, 2023)
Allows no discount until May 31, 2023 (normally March 31, 2023)
Taxes will not become delinquent until June 1, 2023 if they remain unpaid (normally April 1, 2023).
Important: If you feel your property tax assessment should be adjusted for the next tax year (2023) because your property was completely destroyed and/or otherwise rendered uninhabitable (e.g. your home, storage building, shed, commercial building etc.), contact the Manatee County Property Appraiser at 941.748.8208. For more information, view A Florida Homeowner’s Guide: Hurricane Ian.