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2020 State of Orange County Real Estate

OCPA's annual State of Orange County Real Estate will be presented on Thursday, September 3 at
11:00 a.m.
- this year hosted as a virtual event!

Join us at #SOCRE2020 to learn more about:

  • Orange County’s current real estate growth and trends in residential and commercial property values
  • OCPA's response to the coronavirus and the potential impact on the local real estate market
  • Advanced technology that is helping OCPA assess value and prepare to record storm damage during hurricane season
  • How Orange County taxpayers benefit from OCPA’s expertise and services, and our worldwide recognition for achievement

Get the Full #SOCRE2020 Experience
Digitally engage with other attendees and the OCPA team at this year’s event. Using the OCPA App, attendees can participate in polling, live discussion boards, networking threads, and more. The app is available on Android and Apple devices – click the picture or scan the QR code to get the OCPA app today!

Food Giveaways

As part of our commitment to serving our community in these tough times, OCPA has participated in several food giveaways across the county. By partnering with local organizations and food suppliers, our staff have been able to supply more than 3,000 hungry families with much-needed food supplies.

We look forward to participating in more drives in the near future, and will continue to do what we can to help our neighbors in need.

TRIM Notices Will Soon Arrive!

Keep an eye on your mailbox! OCPA will soon mail Truth-in-Millage (or TRIM) Notices to all property owners in Orange County. Be sure to read your notice carefully; it is your opportunity to review your property value, proposed taxes, and any applied property exemptions.

TRIM Notices are meant to inform property owners, and are not tax bills. Property owners will receive their final tax bill from the Tax Collectors office by November 1. If you have any questions about your TRIM Notice, or any other property-related inquiries, please call our Customer Service team for assistance. Representatives are available by phone at (407) 836-5044 during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Voting Information

As Floridians watch the state’s coronavirus cases rise every day, many are looking for safer alternatives to voting in person. Those who are concerned about the risk involved with voting in person should consider voting early.

Early voting starts this week, offering a great solution to these concerns. Less people choose to vote early, minimizing lines and reducing your risk of coming in contact with the virus. Early voting also allows constituents to pick their voting location, making the process more accessible.

Submitting your ballot by mail is another health-conscious option. The deadlines to request a mail-in ballot are August 8 for the primary and October 24 for the general election.

Make your voice heard loudly and safely this election year – vote early or by mail!

Hurricane Isaias

This weekend was Florida's first reminder that hurricane season is in full swing. Tropical Storm Isaias's path wobbled back and forth over Florida last week, eventually turning east off our coast and causing little interruption in our community.

The unpredictable nature of these storms is the reason why prepping ahead of time is so important. We all have a lot on our minds right now, but we must not ignore the hurricane in the room. Let’s take the time to prepare our homes and loved ones for future storms.

Easy steps to protect your home include, trimming trees on your property to reduce the chance for flying branches, purchasing any necessary repair supplies in advance like plywood, nails, tarps, and checking the sturdiness of your windows against leaks and wind intrusion.

Click here to download a copy of the guide and learn about what you can expect if your property is damaged in a storm.

2020 Census

he Census Bureau is still collecting data for this year’s census. Because of the coronavirus, door-to-door surveying has been halted, but residents can still submit their form online until September 30. The online form takes just minutes to complete and will help shape our community for the next decade.

The census is critically important to our community, state, and nation. It helps our interests be fairly represented in congress, and determines funding for important county resources.

Submitting your survey is incredibly easy, and only takes a few minutes. Visit for more information and to file your information online!

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