Phone : (407) 628-1086
1.) Orange County Property Appraiser
2.) Florida Driver’s License Office
Orange County Florida Property Appraiser
The Orange County Property Appraiser office is in the Orlando downtown Sun Trust Center.
Street and Mailing Address:
Orange County Property Appraiser
200 S. Orange Ave, Suite 1700
Orlando, FL 32801
NOTE: Voters elect their county property appraiser.
Amy Mercado is the current Orange County Property.
This is the office where a unit owner living in his Chateaux unit may apply for various property tax exemptions, such as Homestead, Widow (Widower), disability, etc.
Most requests can be completed through the website. The office is in a large downtown office building that requires paid parking of fifteen to seventeen dollars per hour. The Property Appraiser office does not validate parking.
Dates to Remember from Orange County Property Appraiser Office:
January 1: Appraisal date for real & tangible personal property - all property is appraised by this date yearly.
March 1: All exemption applications must be filed.
April 1: Tangible personal property tax returns due.
August : TRIM notices mailed to all property owners.
Florida Driver’s License and auto / boat renewals and applications.
Main Office website: https://www.flhsmv.gov/
Orange County Locations:
Many Requests may be accomplished through the state FLHSMV website or the below phone number.
The following self-service options that are available by phone 24/7 at 850-617-3000.
Please be prepared to provide your driver license number, Social Security number, title or vehicle identification number:
Check driver license;
Pay reinstatement fee after paying ticket;
Check vehicle record;
Get new resident information;
Get information about first license.
Or take advantage of their self-service options available online by visiting https://services.flhsmv.gov/DLCheck/
Make an appointment;
Check driver license;
Online insurance update;
Driving school eligibility check;
Social Security number update; or
Replace or renew a Florida driver license or identification card.
To replace or renew a registration for a motor vehicle or vessel (boat) , or obtain a paper title, please visit https://services.flhsmv.gov/VirtualOffice/
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security REAL ID Act became effective nationwide in 2008, mandating new standards for the issuance of driver licenses and identification cards. Florida began issuing REAL ID-compliant credentials January 1, 2010. New driver licenses and ID cards have a star in the upper right corner of the card, indicating that they are REAL ID-compliant.
As part of the REAL ID Act, there are documentation requirements for residents renewing or obtaining a new driver license or ID card. For the first in-office issuance, customers must bring original documents that validate their identity, Social Security Number (SSN) and residential address.