Office Location and Hours
Main Office - Starke FL Watson Center Branch Office

P.O. Box 969
945 North Temple Ave. Suite B
Starke, FL 32091-0969

Hours: Mon - Fri 8.00 to 5.00

Driver License close at 4:15 daily

Santa Fe Community College
Watson Center 4150 SE SR 21,
Bldg A.  Room 105 
Keystone Heights, FL  32656

Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 to 4:00

Taxes/Special Asmts: 904-966-6246 Phone: 904-368-3950
Tags/Driver Lic/Sports Lic:
Watson Center Fax: 352-473-5339
Fax: 904-964-9063 E-mail: tax@bradfordcountyfl.gov
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Did You Know:

  • The 2014 tax bills are due in the month of March, a 3% penalty will be added in April,  penalty and Advertising will be added in May.  CERTIFICATE SOLD MAY  30TH!!  If you have questions please call.     
  • We can now print your FLORIDA BIRTH CERTIFICATE for you in our Starke Office also at the Branch Office in Keystone.  The fee is $21.25.
  • Also, if you need a passport picture or a concealed weapons picture we can print that for you in the Starke Office for $7.00. 
  • If you have any questions or concerns please give me a call at 904-966-6274. 

Drivers License announcement

Beginning January 1, 2010, Floridians renewing or obtaining a new driver license/identification card will be required to show proof of 1) identification, (Certificated Copy of Birth Certificate or a Valid US Passport and you must produce Certified copies of name changes) 2) Social Security number and 3) two items of residential address. To help Florida residents with these changes visit www.GatherGoGet.com

Notice to people taking the written test:  This is a 50 question test, 5 road signs and 45 road rules.  Please give yourself plenty of time to take the test.  You don't want to be rushed.  We close drivers license down at 4:15 daily.   The reason for this is that we have to submit inventory to Tallahassee daily before we close. 

Click here to access the new Drivers License Handbook

About the Tax Collector's Office

About the Tax Collector's Office The county office of the Tax Collector was established in the 1885 state constitution. It was thought that local taxes could best be collected by a local official, who would be more responsive to the needs of the community that elected him or her. The Tax Collector serves a four year term and is elected at the same time as the President of the United States.

The Tax Collector is responsible for the collection of ad valorem taxes and other taxes set at the local level, including those by special levying districts, state agencies, and county commissions. The Tax Collector also acts as an agent of several state departments, including the Department of Revenue, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, and the Fresh Water Fish Commission.

For the Taxing Authorities, the Tax Collector bills and collects real and personal property taxes. The amount of the tax is based on the assessed value of the property and the millage rate, which is set by various taxing authorities. As an agent of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the Tax Collector issues state motor vehicle licenses and processes applications for titles on automobiles, trucks, mobile homes, and boats. The Tax Collector also sells Hunting and Fishing licenses for the State.

In most counties, the Tax Collector is a fee office and the office budget is approved by the Department of Revenue . The office operates on the fees imposed for services rendered and any excess monies are remitted to the Board of County Commissioners at the end of September every year.

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