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TPP Filing Deadline Extended

To help support our business community, OCPA has granted a 45-day extension to all filers submitting a Tangible Personal Property (TPP) tax return. The deadline for filing TPP tax returns is normally April 1, but we understand that challenges due to the coronavirus may make this deadline difficult to meet. There is no need to apply for the extension – it is automatically granted to all filers.

?Business owners will now have until May 15 to file their TPP return. To make the process more convenient, filers can now submit TPP returns online, through the mail, or by emailing the forms to

For further assistance, visit our website or call the TPP line at (407) 836-5049 to speak with one of our knowledgeable specialists.

Watch the video below to hear more information about this extension from Orange County Property Appraiser, Rick Singh, CFA, and his helper, Yoshi.

Community Resources

OCPA understands the importance of up to the minute information on the coronavirus's impact on the community, state, and nation. As part of our commitment to leveraging technology to better serve Orange County, OCPA has created a new website that houses information about the virus and specialized tools in one place.

The site includes updates from the Florida Department of Health, OCPA and Orange County news, and interactive dashboards relevant to COVID-19. The website also includes a new interactive map that displays the locations of all hospitals, urgent care facilities, and pharmacies across the county. Developed using OCPA's GIS technology, residents can access this tool to discover the medical services nearest to their home.

The map will be updated daily as new information is made available. Visit today and share it with your friends, family and neighbors.

OCPA's Response to the Coronavirus

As information around the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to develop and concerns are heightened, OCPA’s top priority remains the safety and wellbeing of its staff, the residents, and our community.

In an ongoing effort to limit potential exposure to COVID-19, OCPA has implemented several modifications to the way services are provided to taxpayers during these unprecedented times. Currently, these changes include:

  • The downtown office lobby is closed to visitors.
  • OCPA has transitioned 100% of staff members to a remote work environment. The planning and prep work completed across the agency has allowed staff to function in unique ways to keep operations moving forward.
  • OCPA’s participation in outreach events is cancelled – as are most of the community events the agency had planned to support.
  • Internal staff meetings and other planned gatherings are cancelled or modified to a virtual environment until further notice.

Para obtener información en español, haga clic en el siguiente video.

Operations Continue with Uniquely Adapted Services

OCPA has tailored operations to continue serving constituents during the coronavirus outbreak. Residents can utilize the following services to stay connected to OCPA and Orange County's real estate market.

Access the OCPA Website

OCPA encourages taxpayers to utilize the online services and intuitive tools available on our website.

Information about exemptions, filing steps and deadlines, parcel data and much more is available for all residents to access.

Chat With the 'Ask Rick' Chatbot

Additionally, the ‘Ask Rick’ chatbot feature on the OCPA website is a convenient way to find answers to property-related questions.

To continue serving Orange County’s taxpayers during this ongoing situation, live staff members are able to connect with constituents via the chatbot during regular business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).

Call Us - Our Phone Lines Are Open

Our downtown office may not be open, but our dedicated professionals are still serving Orange County’s taxpayers with their property-related needs.

Customer Service representatives are available by phone at (407) 836-5044 during regular business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).

Administrative Functions Continue

Thanks to our preparedness and the quick response by our staff, OCPA has experienced minimal impact on normal administrative operations.

This includes team of appraisers, who are able to analyze property and assess values remotely using aerial imagery and other high-tech tools.

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