Real Property Taxes|
You may elect to use one of the following payment methods to pay real property taxes:
Payments are subject to the Tax Collector's office receiving funds from your banking institution.
- Online - All major credit cards are accepted through our website. You can also pay by using your checking or savings account.
- Phone - You can either call our automated phone system at (239)332-8731 or our Customer Support department at (239)533-6000. All major credit cards along with payments from your checking or savings account are accepted.
- Mail - Return the payment coupon with the amount due by check (personal/business/cashier) or money order. Mail to Lee County Tax Collector, PO Box 1609, Fort Myers, Florida 33902.
- In person - Visit any one of our office locations. Payments can be made by cash, check (personal/business/cashier), money order, debit card or any major credit card.
- Wire transfer - To wire transfer your payment, go to the Contact Us page or call (239) 533-6000 and request wire transfer instructions.
Credit and debit card payments are subject to a convenience fee charged by our payment processor; this fee is not retained by the Tax Collector's office.
There is no additional fee for payments made electronically from your bank account. Transfer of funds from certain brokerage accounts and most foreign accounts may be prohibited.
All checks or money orders must be drawn on a U.S. bank in U.S. funds. Please make payable to the Lee County Tax Collector and include your account number on the payment.
Checks and money orders remitted by mail must be dated and postmarked by the last day of the month to be eligible for that month's discount. When the discount period ends on a weekend or a holiday,
the discount will be extended to the next business day on all payments made online, by telephone, or in person. See Holiday Closings for observed holidays.
If real property taxes are delinquent, payment must be made in certified U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank. The amount due is determined by the date the payment is received by the Tax Collector's office. Please allow sufficient time when paying delinquent taxes by mail.