2022 Property Tax Bills are available online. Hard copies of the bills were mailed on Nov. 23. These notices reflect property values as of Jan. 1, 2022 when State law required them to be assessed and do not reflect the impacts of Hurricane Ian.

If your storage building, commercial building, or business assets have suffered damage from the storm, please contact the Property Appraiser’s Office. You can call them at 239-533-6100 or visit their website at leepa.org. Reporting damage from the Hurricane is important for the January 1, 2023, assessment date. 


1. Visit the 2022 Property Tax page.
2. Enter your name, address or account number and select your listing.
3. Click "VIEW" to see your bill.
4. Select Print (PDF).


If you operate a business, or rent your real property, you are subject to ad valorem taxes.

Tangible personal property tax is an ad valorem tax based on the following categories of property:

  1. Businesses: furnishings, fixtures, signs, supplies, and equipment used in the operation of business.
  2. Rental Furnishings: furnishings and appliances provided in a rental unit.

Based on Florida Statute 193.052, anyone in possession of assets on January 1 must file a Tangible Personal Property Tax Return (DR-405) with the Property Appraiser no later than April 1 of each year.

Failure or late filing of a return will result in a penalty and/or additional costs.

If you are a business owner, you will receive a Lee County tangible personal property tax notice.

If you have received a tangible personal property tax notice and would like more information, please view the resources below:

Business Owner's Guide to Tangible Taxes

Tangible Personal Property Tax Bill Sample

If you do not receive a tax notice for each property and/or account you own, view your bill online.

Note: Failure to pay tangible personal property taxes will result in a warrant being filed, delinquent penalties, collection costs, and the possible loss of property.

Visit our delinquent taxes section for more information on delinquent taxes.

If you no longer operate a business or rent your real property, visit the Property Appraiser’s website to update your records and discuss removing your account from future tax rolls.