Community Action Division
Community Action Centers have cancelled all senior programming until further notice.
Orange County Property Appraiser’s downtown office lobby is closed to visitors, and staff is working remotely. Field Appraisers are permitted to visit residential properties but are not engaging with taxpayers and are equipped with virus mitigation and sanitizing supplies. The customer service phone line (407-836-5044) and website (www.ocpafl.org) with a chat feature are available Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tax Collector’s Office
The Tax Collector’s Office is open to the public by appointment only. Visit octaxcol.com to schedule an appointment. Please review the screening questions at octaxcol.com/covid19.
Effective June 24, 2020, in accordance with Orange County’s Executive Order, all customers are required to wear a face mask while at the Tax Collector’s Office. If a customer does not bring a face mask, one will be provided to them.
Online services: Many services, including driver license renewals, vehicle registration renewals, property and business tax payments, title transactions, and disabled parking permit applications may be completed online, by email or by mail. Visit octaxcol.com/covid19 to learn more.
Clerk of Courts and Courthouse
The Orange County Clerk’s Office has expanded limited access to more Clerk services. In order to limit capacity in lobbies, appointments can now be scheduled for the following services and locations starting on Monday, June 1, 2020:
- Marriage License & Ceremonies – Downtown Courthouse, Winter Park, Apopka, Ocoee
- Passport Applications – Downtown Courthouse, Winter Park, Apopka, Ocoee
- Self Help Center Virtual Attorney Appointments – Downtown Courthouse
For more information or to make payments, view and order court records, file cases, order packets and forms, and make appointments at our website at www.myorangeclerk.com.
Ninth Circuit Court of Florida has suspended jury trials & summons. For information on closures and procedural changes affecting courts in Orange and Osceola counties, visit the Ninth Circuit Court COVID-19 website.