The Clay County Property Appraiser (formerly known as the Tax Assessor) is an elected constitutional officer and is responsible for producing an annual assessment roll – which is a record of every property in the county. The intended purpose of the assessment roll is to provide a basis for ad valorem taxation of property pursuant to Florida law.
The property appraiser is responsible for identifying, locating, and valuing all property – both real and personal. Additionally, the property appraiser tracks changes of ownership, records up-to-date descriptions of buildings and property characteristics, administers exemptions, and utilizes a geographic information system to provide property ownership maps.
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