Real Estate Tax Payments

Online payment function (2021 taxes only) will be available through May 31, 2022, until 11:59 p.m. EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). Amounts reflected are amounts due until May 31, 2022, before the tax certificate sale. Accounts that have a certificate issued, are in bankruptcy or litigation cannot be paid online. Please note that, if paying with a credit or debit card, a non-refundable convenience fee of 2.21 percent will be charged by the financial institution to each transaction. If paying with an electronic check, there is no convenience fees (eCheck transactions are free of charge).

Many commercial checking accounts utilize a debit filter to prevent unauthorized payments. If your account has a debit filter, contact your bank to add the following company sending ID to the debit filter.

  • RenewExpress or Tourist Development Tax: 6596000573
  • Business Tax: 9596000573
  • Property Tax: 7596000573
  • Tangible Property Tax: 8596000573

As the result of COVID-19, and to safeguard our employees and customers, we strongly recommend that you submit your 2021 tax payment online or mail in your payment instead of visiting the Public Service Office to conduct any Tax Collector business transactions, including paying Real Estate taxes, Tangible Personal Property taxes and Local Business taxes. Please call 305-270-4916 for information.

On April 1, 2022, 2021 real estate taxes became delinquent and additional interest and fees were added. If paying 2021 delinquent taxes by mail on or after April 1, 2022, acceptable forms of payment are cashier's check, certified funds or money order. No cash accepted. No postmarks accepted. Make your cashier’s check, certified funds, or money order payable to Miami Dade Tax Collector. Include your property's folio number on the cashier's check, certified funds, or money order. Payment must be received in our office no later May 31, 2022. If taxes remain unpaid, a tax certificate will be sold on June 1, 2022. The annual tax certificate sale for 2021 will be on June 1, 2022.

If paying 2021 delinquent taxes in person on or after April 1, 2022, acceptable forms of payment are: cashier's check, certified funds, money order or cash. Credit cards are not accepted at our Public Service Office. Payment must be received in our office no later May 31, 2022. If taxes remain unpaid, a tax certificate will be sold on June 1, 2022. The annual tax certificate sale for 2021 will be on June 1, 2022. Due to COVID-19, the Tax Collector’s Public Service Office hours of operation may be subject to change. Visit our homepage under important messages for our office hours.

Postdated checks cannot be held for future date processing and will be processed as of date of receipt. Bank account payments returned by your bank for any reason will void your payment. Additional fees up to a maximum of 5 percent and not less than $25 (per F.S. 125.0105) may be charged as a result of returned payments.

The information contained herein does not constitute a title search or property ownership. Amount due may be subject to change without notice.

The Tax Collector’s Office will accept escrow payments to allow taxpayers to obtain a release of lis pendens from the Office of the Property Appraiser. Effective immediately, the Tax Collector's Office will allow taxpayers to return the uncashed VAB refund checks to release the lis pendens and stop the accrual of interest. Taxpayers who have already cashed the VAB refund check may request a payoff amount by sending an email to the Tax Collector Paralegal Unit at [email protected].

The real estate property tax notice also includes non-ad valorem assessments levied against the property for services such as solid waste, fire rescue, libraries and other special assessments.

County and municipal governments, as well as local taxing authorities (such as the School Board and South Florida Water Management District, Children's Trust), determine tax rates (also known as millage rates). The rate is multiplied against the assessed value of the property, minus exemptions, to determine the amount of taxes due.

Real estate property taxes are collected annually and may be paid online (only 2021 taxes) until May 31, 2022. If payment is brought in person the payment must be received by May 31, 2022. Also known as ad valorem taxes, real estate property taxes are based on the assessed value of a property's land, buildings and improvements, determined by the Property Appraiser as of Jan. 1.

At the end of the certified tax roll, the Property Appraiser delivers the certified tax roll to the Tax Collector, who mails tax notices to the last owner of the property to collect the money owed.

Tax notices are mailed on or before Nov. 1. If you don't receive your tax notice in November, call the Tax Collector's office to request a duplicate. Taxes become delinquent on April 1 and additional interest and fees will be added to the bill.

According to Florida Statute 197.122, all property owners are held to know that taxes are due and payable annually. They are charged with the duty of ascertaining the amount of current and delinquent taxes due. If a taxpayer does not receive a tax notice in November, it is the taxpayer's responsibility to contact the Tax Collector's Office to request a duplicate tax notice.

Under Florida law:

  • A discount period may not be extended due to a tax bill being returned as undeliverable electronically or by postal mail (F.S.197.322)
  • Email addresses are public records. If you register for electronic billing your email address may be subject to public record requests

Value Adjustment Board Petitions Payment Requirement due by March 31

Only full payments may be processed online. If you are making the minimum 75 percent payment of the property's assessed ad valorem taxes (taxes based on the assessed value of the property) and 100 percent of the property’s assessed non-ad valorem assessment, (which are for services based on the cost allocated to a property, such as solid waste, lighting or library assessments) on or before March 31, 2022. This partial payment can be made by mail or in person. The failure to make this minimum payment by this date will result in the denial of the property owner’s VAB petition. The adjustment will be reversed and the taxes will become delinquent.

The VAB will issue the denial for non-payment even if the property owner's petition has been heard by the VAB before March 31, 2022, and the VAB has agreed to reduce the property's assessment. In such cases, and pursuant to Florida law, the VAB will cancel its decision reducing the property's assessment, and the Property Appraiser's preliminary assessment will be reinstated.

2021 Reminder Tax Bills

The 2021 reminder tax bills will be mailed on April 18, 2022. Online payment function (2021 taxes only) will be available through May 31, 2022, until 11:59 p.m. EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). If you do not receive your reminder tax notice, call our office at 305-270-4916 or email [email protected] for a duplicate tax bill. You do not need a duplicate bill to mail in your payment. If you are paying by mail, acceptable forms of payment are cashier's check, certified funds, or money order. Make your payment payable to Miami Dade Tax Collector. Include your property's folio number on the cashier's check, certified funds, or money order. No cash accepted. No postmarks accepted. If you are paying in person, payment must be received by May 31, 2022. Acceptable forms of payment are cashier’s check, certified funds, money order, or cash. If paying in person or by mail, your payment must be received in our office by May 31, 2022.

2022 First Quarter Installment Payments

2022 1st Quarter Installment payments will be mailed on May 31, 2022. Payment must be received or postmarked no later than June 30, 2022 to receive 6 percent discount. The Tax Collector’s Office will accept late payment on the 1st installment through July 31 without discount. If payment is not made by July 31, 2022, the account is removed from the installment plan. If you signed up to receive your Quarterly Tax Bill through Bill Express electronically, you will continue to receive your Quarterly Tax Bill through the mail. You confirm participation in the plan when the Tax Collector receives and applies your first Quarterly Installment payment.

Energy Improvement Assessments are collected annually pursuant to Florida Statutes 200.069 & 197.3636. If you are a Quarterly Installment Plan Participant and have an Energy Improvement Assessment, total assessment for this Energy Improvement will only be billed in your December (3rd installment), and March (4th installment), so please be aware that the 3rd and 4th installments will be higher. If you have an Energy Improvement Assessment and your lending institution pays your annual property tax bill, you should not participate in the Quarterly Installment Plan. No discounts for Energy Improvement Assessments.

Accounts Exempt from Public Disclosure

Property owners who have an account that is Exempt from Public Disclosure (Confidential Account) now have the option to pay their 2021 property taxes online by entering the account (folio) number and the total combined taxes and assessments (March gross amount). The account (folio) number and total combined taxes and assessments is on the tax bill that was mailed on Oct. 29, 2021. Online payment function (2021 taxes only) will be available through May 31, 2022, until 11:59 p.m. EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). Accounts Exempt from Public Disclosure are not allowed to sign up for Bill Express.

Bill Express

Sign up to receive your tax bill electronically for tax year 2022. You will still continue to receive your tax bill by mail. Accounts Exempt from Public Disclosure are not allowed to sign up for Bill Express.

Once you have subscribed to receive your bill electronically, you will receive your tax bill from [email protected] This is not a spam email. GrantStreet Group is our software vendor. Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you register for electronic billing your email address may be subject to public record requests. If you no longer wish to receive your bill electronically, on the email you received from [email protected], on the bottom of the bill, click Unsubscribe and you will no longer receive your bills electronically.

Phone Number(s)

  • Property Taxes Section
    305-270-4916305-270-4916
  • 311 Contact Center
    311311

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Locations and Hours

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Edward Marquez, Chief Financial Officer

Stephen P. Clark Center
111 NW 1st Street,
25th Floor
Miami, FL 33128
305-375-5245

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