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Property Taxes
Property Taxes
Property taxes are an ad valorem tax, meaning that they are allocated to each taxpayer proportionately according to the value of the taxpayer's property.

The millage rate is the amount per $1,000 (1/1000 of a dollar) used to calculate taxes on property. Millage rates are most often found in personal property taxes, where the expressed millage rate is multiplied by the total taxable value of the property to arrive at the property taxes due.

The City of Naples millage rate is 1.1800 and has remained constant 2010. The ad valorem taxes are the largest single revenue source of the General Fund. These funds are used to pay for a variety of services including police and fire; new parks and park improvements; new road construction and other infrastructure projects; and the operations, including salaries, of the city employees and contractors. With the ad valorem at 1.1800 mills, the City will continue to enjoy one of the lowest tax rates in the State, while remaining a premier City in which to live.

For more information on property taxes please contact the Tax Collector - (239) 252-8172.