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In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Orange County Property Appraiser's Office will be closed on Monday, January 18, 2021. #MLKDay #DayofService
Did you know that today is National Clean Off Your Desk Day? Even if you are working remotely - like most of the OCPA team - the second Monday in January is all about preparing your workspace for the new year and beginning things on the right note. Some say a messy desk is an invitation to chaos, but a clean desk helps you focus. Be sure to look beyond physical clutter and spruce up your computer desktop. Here's to a productive 2021! #NationalCleanOffYourDeskDay
OCPA sends our best wishes and appreciation to the men and women keeping us safe in Orange County on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We appreciate your service!
Welcome to the Honorable Amy Mercado ... Orange County’s first female and Latina Property Appraiser! The OCPA team is looking forward to working with you in service to the citizens of Orange County and stands ready to support you as you embark upon this journey as a Constitutional Officer. Congratulations!
A Message From Rick Singh … It has been the honor of a lifetime to serve Orange County as a two-term Property Appraiser. Throughout my tenure, I have been driven to ensure that every piece of property in Orange County was fairly and equitably assessed, so that all property owners paid their fair share to support public schools, parks, and other infrastructure elements. From big global entities t... See More
Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from Rick Singh and the team at the the Orange County Property Appraiser's Office!
Check out the winners of the third annual “Twinkly Awards” presented to the best decorated houses in Central Florida by the Orlando Sentinel. Within your “pod,” driving around to look at lights can be a safe way to celebrate the holidays. Mask up, roll down the windows, and make an evening of it. Happy Holidays!
To better serve you, the OCPA team will be attending an agency-wide virtual training opportunity today, December 17. In addition to ongoing lobby closures, our phone lines and chatbot feature will be unavailable from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. For questions, concerns, or other information, our website is available at
Time is running out for financial assistance to avoid eviction. With funding from the CARES Act, Orange County, Florida Government has an Evictions Diversion program with emergency funding for renters and landlords. New applicants must apply by Wednesday, December 16, 2020. Visit for a full list of eligibility criteria and required documents.
For 2020, the Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings’s Toy Drive is more important than ever to families in need during the holiday season. With many affected by the coronavirus, some may need a little extra support to make their holiday joyous and bright – and a single toy donation can do just that! Although online donation option is now closed, in-person drop off is available at several Orange County locations through Monday, December 14. The drop off locations are open daily until 5:00 p.m. For more information and list of drop off locations, visit:
  • 471,274 Parcels
  • 299,541 Single Family Residential
  • 50,165 Residential Condos
  • 24,212 Townhomes
  • 72 Timeshares
  • 4,079 Multi-Family
  • 1,070 Apartment Complexes
    • 141,316 Apartment Units
  • 296 Hotels
    • 91,150 Hotel Rooms
  • 115 Mobile Home Parks
    • 5,524 Mobile Homes
  • 5,904 Manufactured Homes
  • 20,861 Vacant Residential
  • 14,119 Commercial
  • 50,840 Other