Charlotte County Property Appraiser - Paul L. Polk, CFA, AAS, RES

Hurricane Ian Information

As a Charlotte County native, it is heartbreaking to witness the damage and devastation left behind by Hurricane Ian. Our community and many of our neighbors have suffered greatly as a result of this storm. Through all of this, we are coming together to start the rebuilding and healing process.

Our mission here, at your Property Appraiser’s office, has been and always will be to serve the taxpayers and property owners of Charlotte County. Florida law requires our office to put a fair market value on each property as of January 1. If your property sustained damage or was destroyed as a result of Hurricane Ian, any adjustments to your property record will be based on the condition of the property as of January 1, 2023. Our office is asking for your help in reporting damage to your property. Please see the link below to submit information detailing the damage to your property.

If your residential property was destroyed or was uninhabitable for 30 days or more as a result of Hurricane Ian or Nicole, you may be eligible for a partial tax refund. An application along with support documentation must be submitted to our office on or before April 3, 2023.

Stay safe and be well.

Paul L. Polk, CFA, AAS, RES
Charlotte County Property Appraiser

You may be eligible for a Partial Tax Refund if your residential improvement was rendered uninhabitable
due to Hurricane Ian or Nicole for at least 30 days. Click here for more information.

News You Can Use (video): Partial Property Tax Refund

Report Hurricane Ian damage to your property.

Home Owner's Guide for Hurricane Ian

Property Owner's Guide for Executive Order 22-242 for Hurricane Ian

Spotlight (video): New Tax Bill Explanation - CC-TV sat down with Charlotte County Property Appraiser Paul Polk to talk about tax bills, the mileage rate and the effects of Hurricane Ian on your tax bill.