Florida Tax Collectors Provide Local Support and Access During Wake of Hurricane Irma

Tallahassee, FL – Tax Collector’s Offices around the state are quickly coming back online after the devastating effects of Hurricane Irma. Florida Tax Collectors Association President, Sharon Jordan, states, “It may take some counties longer than others due to infrastructure damage or power outages, but as services return it’s important to remember, ALL Tax Collectors within the State are here to assist Floridians anyway we can.”

The following Driver License and Motor Vehicle/Vessel services are available:

  • Replace or renew a Florida Driver License or ID card;
  • Update mailing and/or residential address on a Driver License or ID card;
  • Replace or renew registration for a Motor Vehicle or Vessel;
  • Obtain a paper title; and
  • Replace or renew a disabled parking placard.

Residents who need duplicate copies of vehicle and vessel titles or a replacement driver license or identification card, can visit any Tax Collector Office to obtain documents in hand. “Our offices are standing by ready to assist with State services as needed” said Jordan. “With the extraordinary amount of damage throughout the State, we know that many of our neighbors are working with insurance adjusters. Sometimes these documents are needed to file insurance claims or to receive emergency relief aid. Our goal is to ensure Floridians have whatever they need to begin the recovery process.”

For more information and a complete listing of Florida Tax Collector Offices, visit www.floridataxcollectors.com and click the “Find Your Tax Collector” tab at the top. Online services are also available at each local tax collector office.