Deliquent Tax Certificate Sale Training Seminar. The St. Johns County Tax Collector’s Office is sponsoring a Delinquent Tax Certificate Seminar to be held Wednesday May 7th, 2014 at 7:00 pm in the St. Johns County Auditorium at 500 San Sebastian View St. Augustine, Florida. This seminar will explain the procedures for participating in the LIVE tax certificate sale. This seminar is very educational and is highly recommended for anyone who would like to participate in the sale. Tax collector staff will be available to answer your questions. The Delinquent Tax Certificate Sale will commence on Wednesday May 28, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. and will continue daily until all certificates are sold.Parcel List: The listing of parcels offered will be distributed in The St. Augustine Record on May 6, 13, and 20, and can be viewed on our website or

Receive Your Property Tax Notice by Email

Sign Up for E-Bill

St Johns County Tax Collector, Dennis W. Hollingsworth is pleased to announce that you can now receive your property tax notice by email. Choosing this option is a convenient and cost saving alternative for taxpayers.

Tax notices will be emailed to you on the same date that traditional bills are mailed using the United States Postal Service. If you would like to participate in our e-bill program, please complete the online form on our Online Tax Payment site.

How to Sign Up

1. Visit our Online Tax Payment site.

2. Under ‘Tax Search’, choose a search option to find your parcel data.  Once you are on your Tax Record, click on the 'Register for eBilling' link in the upper right corner.

3. Complete the Registration form and follow prompts.  A confirmation email will be sent to the email address registered and will need to be confirmed for registration completion.

4. Please note: It is not a requirement to pay your bill online.  The convenience to pay by mail, pay online or in person at any of our five office locations are all still available to you.

Important Information About Your Email Address

Electronic Mail Notice: Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity.

If you have any questions, please contact our office at (904) 209-2250 or

Please Note: Real Estate Taxes are due November 1st of each year and become delinquent April 1st of the following year. Florida Statutes require each county Tax Collector to conduct a sale of delinquent taxes beginning on or before June 1st each year.






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