W. Dale Summerford, CFC
Tax Collector, Gadsden County FL

Important Information

DUE TO EFFORTS TO PROTECT BOTH OUR CITIZENS AND STAFF FROM THE COVID 19 VIRUS:

EFFECTIVE Wednesday April 1st, the office will be closed to the public until further notice. Staff will be providing some services by phone during regular business hours. Please call 850-627-7255. You may also pay by mail (P O Box 817 Quincy FL 32353) or take advantage of our online services located in the "Quick Links" box on the right-hand side of this page. 

DRIVER LICENSEPRINT THE EMERGENCY ORDER for driver license extensions here .                        

PROPERTY TAXES: THE MARCH 31st DEADLINE FOR PAYING PROPERTY TAXES WITHOUT A PENALTY HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL APRIL 15th. Pay by mail, phone or online. If paying by mail and you need a receipt, please enclosed a self-addressed stamped envelope.                                  

HOURS:  ALL SERVICES EXCEPT DRIVER LICENSE  8:30 am-5:00 pm M-F.
               DRIVER LICENSE  8:30 am- 4:15 pm M-F;                                                                                                              COMPUTER TESTS 8:30 am- 3:00 pm 
               NO HAZMAT SERVICES OFFERED AT THIS TIME.
              DRIVER ROAD TESTS ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

DRIVER LICENSE/ID CARD, TRAFFIC SCHOOL AND HANDBOOK INFORMATION: Here

DISABLED PARKING PERMIT APPLICATION AND REQUIREMENTS:  Here

UPDATE YOUR EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION: Here

SEARCH VEHICLE TITLE, SALVAGE, BRAND HISTORY AND TOTAL LOSS INFORMATION: Here

HOPE SCHOLARSHIP CONTRIBUTION: Here

 

 

GENERAL

HUNTING/FISHING

VESSEL REGISTRATION

FORMS

VEHICLE REGISTRATION

REAL ESTATE TAXES


General Disclosure
Accuracy of the information provided on this web site is not guaranteed for legal purposes. Changes may occur daily, and to get the most current information, you need to contact The Tax Collector's Office.

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