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2.     Florida Registration 
3.     Florida Titles 
4.     Out of State Titles 
5.     Registration And Tag Renewal 
6.     Disabled Person Parking 
7.     Boats & Watercraft 
8.     Voluntary Contributions 
9.     Driver Licenses 
10.   Military Personnel 
11.   Lost Or Stolen Tags And Decals 
12.   Lost Registration & Duplicate Title 
13.   Mobile Home Decals, Reg & Renew 
14.   Mobile Home Title Retirement 
15.   Specialty And Personalized Tags 
16.   Two Year Registration Program 
 
 
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Florida Registration

Residents operating their vehicles on Florida's roadways must register those vehicles in the State of Florida.

Vehicle registrations may be obtained at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office. To receive a vehicle registration you must have the following items:

  A registration renewal notice or previously issued registration. If these are not available the title number or vehicle identification number may provide enough information.
  
  Required on motorized vehicles with four wheels, current proof of Florida property damage liability and personal injury protection insurance, including the insurance company's name and policy number.

Non-residents must register their vehicles in Florida within 10 days of the owner either becoming engaged in a trade or occupation, employed, placing children in public school or establishing residency.

Non-resident exemptions may be applied to college or university students who are in Florida for less than six months in an accredited work-study program recognized by the State of Florida, or to any non-resident enrolled as a full-time student in a Florida institution of higher learning, or to recreational vehicles not located in Florida for at least six consecutive months.

   

Registration And Tag Renewal

Florida law requires vehicle tags and registrations to be renewed before they expire.

Florida vehicle registrations and tags (license plates) expire as follows:

  For vehicles owned by individuals, the expiration date is the birthday of the first owner listed on the registration (This applies to passenger cars, recreational vehicles, light trucks under 5,000 lbs., small trailers, and motor cycles).
 
  For leased vehicles, the expiration date is indicated on the vehicle registration.
 
  For company owned vehicles, the expiration date is June 30th.
 
  For truck-tractors, semi-trailers, trucks over 5,000 lbs. (whether company or individual), and 9 passenger automobiles for hire, the annual expiration date is December 31st (Note: Six month registrations issued to these types of vehicles expire May 31st).

To renew, the following items are required: Your previous registration or registration renewal notice and current proof of Florida Property Damage and Personal Injury Protection insurance issued by a Florida agent or broker.

If you fail to renew your vehicle tag and registration before the 11th day of the month following its expiration, a penalty fee will be charged upon late renewal. Also, it is a violation of the law to operate a vehicle on Florida's roadways without a current registration and license plate.

Warning: If you are caught by law enforcement after your birthday or the renewal due date with an expired tag, you will be subject to a traffic citation. Individuals caught driving their vehicle with a registration or tag that has been expired for six months or longer are subject to a second degree misdemeanor conviction.

Please note that Florida law does not provide for vehicle registration renewal notices and failure to receive a renewal notice by mail does not relieve the vehicle owner of the their responsibility to timely renew their vehicle registration and license plate.

The Tax Collector does, however, provide renewal notices as a courtesy to resident vehicle owners. The courtesy renewal notices are mailed approximately 3 weeks prior to the birth month or month in which the renewal is due.

The cost of renewing your registration and tag varies according to the make and model of the vehicle, as well as the type of tag you have chosen to display on your vehicle.

Vehicle registration and tag renewals may be conducted at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

Renewal transactions may also be conducted On-line at "GoRenew.com", the Florida Department of Motor Vehicle web site..

   

Florida Titles

Transfer Of Ownership on a Florida Title
 
When seeking to transfer ownership of a vehicle or mobile home titled in Florida, you must bring the following to the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office:

  The original Florida title properly completed by the seller; and,
 
  A copy of the current registration to be transferred if applicable.

Additionally, you must bring proof of current Florida property damage liability and Personal Injury Protection insurance, including the insurance company's name and policy number.

Also, each applicant must be present to sign the new application for title and provide personal identification.


Title Application on a New Vehicle
 
If you have purchased a vehicle (new or used) from a Florida dealership, the dealer is required by law to process your application for title.

If you have purchased a new vehicle from an out-of-state dealership, you may process your application for title at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

The following items are needed in addition to a completed Application for Certificate of Title:

  The original manufacturers certificate of origin;
 
  A bill of sale or dealer's invoice listing the purchase price, sales tax paid, and any trade-in allowance - please note additional sales tax may be due;
 
  A Federal odometer statement;
 
  Any applicable lien holder information;
 
  Proof of current Florida property damage liability and Personal Injury Protection insurance, including the insurance company's name and policy number when purchasing a license plate or extending the registration period; and,
 
  When transferring a license plate, the current registration or plate number; or,
 
  When transferring ownership on a mobile home title, the applicant is required to purchase a new mobile home decal.
 
  Also each applicant must sign the application. Note: If completing an application in our office, each person applying for ownership must be present to sign the title application and provide personal identification.

Applications for Certificate of Title may be obtained and completed prior to visiting our office.

Click here to retrieve the Application For Certificate Of Title. Note: This form is in pdf format, which must be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software is available free through the Adobe web site.


Out of State Titles

Transfer Of Ownership on an Out of State Title
 
When seeking to transfer ownership of a vehicle or mobile home titled Out of State, you must bring the following to the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office:

  The original Out of State title properly completed by the seller; and,
 
  A copy of the current registration to be transferred if applicable.

Additionally, you must bring proof of current Florida property damage liability and Personal Injury Protection insurance, including the insurance company's name and policy number.

Also, each applicant must be present to sign the new application for title and provide personal identification.


Title Application on an Out-Of-State Vehicle
 
When seeking to register a vehicle that was previously titled out-of-state, you must complete an Application For Certificate Of Title, which may be obtained and completed prior to visiting the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office:

Click here to retrieve the Application For Certificate Of Title. Note: This form is in pdf format, which must be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software is available free through the Adobe web site.


The following items are also required:
 
The original out-of-state title certificate in your name or an out-of-state title properly assigned to you;

A vehicle identification odometer verification form, which must be completed by a law enforcement officer, or a Florida notary, a Florida Division of Motor Vehicles compliance examiner, the U.S. Military Police, or a Florida licensed car dealer Note: Completing Section 6 and 8 of the Application For Certificate Of Title fulfills this requirement;

Proof of current Florida property damage liability and Personal Injury Protection insurance, including the insurance companies name and policy number when purchasing a license plate or extending the registration period; and,

When transferring a license plate, the current registration or plate number;

If your vehicle is financed - complete lien holder information - including account number, lien holder name and mailing address

Also each applicant must sign the application. Note: If completing an application in our office, each person applying for ownership must be present to sign the title application and provide personal identification.

   

Disabled Person Parking, Long & Short Term

Disabled persons must have either a current Florida Driver License or a Florida Identification Card issued by the Florida Division of Driver Licenses.

click here to view parking placard!


Long Term Disabled Person Parking Placards
 
A long-term disabled person parking placard is available to any individual with permanent mobility problems or those who are legally blind. The disability must be certified by:

A Florida or out-of-state Physician, Osteopathic Physician, Podiatrist, Chiropractor or Optometrist; or by the Florida Division of Blind Services, the Adjudication Office of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the U.S. Veterans Administration, or the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs.

Long-term permits are issued for a period of four years and expire on the disabled person's birthday.

Individuals seeking the long-term parking placard must submit a completed application (83039 dated June 1998 or later). The fee is No Fee. Applications may be obtained at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

Or, you may Click here to retrieve the (83039) Disabled Person Parking Placard Application. Note: This form is in pdf format, which must be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software is available free through the Adobe web site.


Temporary Disabled Person Parking Placards
 
Temporary disabled person parking placards are available to any individual with a temporary disability, which is:

Certified by a Florida or out-of-state physician, osteopathic physician, chiropractor, or optometrist; or by the Florida Division of Blind Services or the Adjudication Office of the U.S. Veterans Administration.

Individuals seeking the temporary parking placard must submit a completed application (83039 dated June 1998 or later). The fee is $15. The permit may be valid as determined by your physician, not to exceed 6 months. Applications may be obtained at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office:

Or, you may Click here to retrieve the (83039) Disabled Person Parking Placard Application. Note: This form is in pdf format, which must be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software is available free through the Adobe web site.

Warning: Knowingly providing false information on an application to obtain a disabled parking placard is a misdemeanor of the first degree, the penalty for which is up to 1 year in jail and/or a fine of $1,000.

   

Disabled Person Parking Placard (Permit)

Sample Placard
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Boats & Watercraft

Florida law requires that all motorized vessels be titled and registered.

To title and register a boat in the applicant's name, please bring the following items to the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.


For new boats
A "manufacturer's Certificate of Origin" completed by the selling dealer and bill of sale or dealer invoice listing the purchase price, sales tax paid and trade-in allowance. Please note, additional sales tax may be due.


For used boats
The title must be properly completed for transfer by the seller.

Note: Every person applying for ownership on a new or used vessel must sign the title or the Application For Certificate Of Title or be present in our office to sign the application and provide personal identification.)


Important Information
Sales tax must be paid unless the transaction is exempt.

Title application fees range from $8.25 to $14.25 depending on the type of transaction.

Registrations are renewed annually. Boat registrations will be issued to expire annually during the birth month of the 1st owner listed on the registration. For company owned boats, the expiration date is June 30th.

Please note that Florida law does not provide for boat registration renewal notices and failure to receive a renewal notice by mail does not relieve the boat owner of the their responsibility to timely renew their boat registration.

The Tax Collector does, however, provide renewal notices as a courtesy to resident boat owners. The courtesy renewal notices are mailed approximately 3 weeks prior to the month in which the registration expires.

Initial boat registrations and boat registration renewals can be obtained at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

Boat registration renewal transactions may also be conducted On-line at this web site.

Warning: Individuals operating a motorized vessel without a current registration are subject to be cited for a non-criminal infraction.

   

Voluntary Contributions

Look for the following voluntary check-off items on the courtesy vehicle registration renewal form provided by the Tax Collector's Office:

Non game Wildlife Trust Fund $1
Transportation Disadvantaged Trust Fund $1
Highway Safety Operating Trust Fund $2
Organ Donor Education Trust Fund $1
Prevent Blindness Florida Trust Fund $1
Marine Turtle Protection Trust Fund (Free decal for $5 or more) $5
Save the Manatee Trust Fund (Free Decal for $5 or more) $5
Florida Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) $1
Southeastern Guide Dogs Trust Fund $1
Stop Heart Disease $1
Children's Hearing Help Fund $1
Family First Trust Fund $1
State Home for Veterans Trust Fund $1
Sheriffs Youth Ranches $1
FL NWK Children's Advocacy CENTERS $1
League Against Cancer $1
ARC of Florida $1
Blind Babies & Blind Youth Services $1
Prevent Child Sexual Abuse $1
Ronald McDonald House $1

Voluntary trust fund fees are accepted by the Tax Collector's Office and earmarked to a specific trust fund. Vehicle owners may designate and contribute to one or more of the voluntary trust funds when conducting a vehicle registration transaction.

   

Driver Licenses

Beginning January 1, 2010, Florida has new documentation requirements for residents renewing or obtaining a new driver license or identification card. The 2012 Motorcycle, CDL and Driver's Handbooks can be found online, and downloaded in PDF format.

For office visits, you must bring original documents that prove your identity, social security number and residential address.


You must visit an office with these documents:
 
if you are applying for your first driver license or identification card
 
when your current credential expires and you have already used the one-time "convenience" renewal option
 
if you have changed your name since your last renewal (eg: by marriage or divorce)

If none of these apply then you can renew your license online at GoRenew.com, or by mail. A directory of Service Centers Locations can be found at the web site for the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. The Regional Office address is located near the bottom of the page.

Remember: if you visit an office to obtain a driver license or ID card after January 1, 2010, you will need to meet the new requirements.

We have driver license services at both our Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office, and driving tests at the Ft. Pierce office only.


Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Services
 
Please feel free to look over the information on the GatherGoGet web site.



Driving tests appointments may be scheduled online at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles web site; On-line Appointment Service and Information System, "OASIS".

   

Military Personnel

Florida residents currently residing outside of Florida on military orders may apply for title and registration by mail.

A packet can be obtained over the internet by going to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle's web site "Titles & Registrations for Military Members", form Page.

Or a packet can be mailed to you which includes the necessary forms and instructions to complete your title application.

To obtain an instruction packet, please contact the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

Note, the original title or Manufacturer's Certificate of Origin must accompany your application.

   

Lost Or Stolen Tags And Decals

If your tag and/or decal has been lost or stolen, you must contact your local law enforcement agency to report the loss or theft prior to making application for a replacement.

The registered owner of the vehicle may apply for a replacement tag and/or decal.

Click here to retrieve the Application For Replacement Of License Plate/Decals. Note: This form is in pdf format, which must be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software is available free through the Adobe web site.

Walk-in customers who plan to complete this application in the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office, should bring their vehicle registration or the number of the lost or stolen tag.

The cost to replace a lost tag and decal is $40.35. There is no cost to replace a stolen tag and decal.

   

Lost Registration & Duplicate Title

If your tag and/or decal has been lost or stolen, you must contact your local law enforcement agency to report the loss or theft prior to making application for a replacement.


Lost Registrations
If you have lost your vehicle registration, a duplicate may be issued.

The license plate number, decal number or vehicle identification number is required for the issuance. Duplicate registrations are issued at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

The fee for replacement is $5.50.


Duplicate Titles
The registered owner or lien holder on record for a vehicle may apply for a duplicate title. An application must be completed in detail and can be submitted at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

Click here to retrieve the Application For Duplicate Title. Note: This form is in pdf format, which must be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. This software is available free through the Adobe web site.

The fee for a duplicate vehicle or mobile home title is $78.25; and,

The fee for a duplicate vessel title is $9.00; and,

Fast title (Ft. Pierce Office or Port St. Lucie Office) additional $10.00.

If there is an outstanding lien, only the lien holder can apply for a duplicate title. If the lien has been satisfied, a lien satisfaction form should be presented.

If your title was from another state, you must apply for the duplicate title through the motor vehicle division of that state.

   

Mobile Home Decals, Registrations And Renewals

When the owner of a mobile home also owns the land upon which the mobile home is permanently affixed, a Real Property decal is required. The Real Property or "RP" decal has no expiration date and is permanent as long as the mobile home is not moved.

All other mobile homes are required to be registered with a current "Mobile Home" decal at all times, even when unoccupied.

"Mobile Home" decals for calendar year 2001 expire on December 31, 2001.Thereafter, annual mobile home decals will be valid through December 31st of each year.

The fee to register a mobile home is determined by the length of the home. One decal is issued for each mobile home. In the case of a double wide or triple wide, a decal is issued for each section.

If you currently have a regular "Mobile Home" decal and own the land upon which your mobile home is affixed, do not renew your "Mobile Home" decal. Instead contact the St. Lucie County Property Appraiser's Office to have your mobile home declared real property.

Before the Tax Collector's Office can issue a real property "RP" decal, a Declaration of Real Property must be issued by the Property Appraiser's Office.

To apply for an "RP" decal, you will need to submit proof of ownership, the current registration, and the Declaration of Real Property to the Tax Collector's Office.

The cost of an "RP" decal is $7.50.

Please note that Florida law does not provide for mobile home registration renewal notices and failure to receive a renewal notice by mail does not relieve the mobile home owner of the their responsibility to timely renew their mobile home registration and decal.

The Tax Collector does, however, provide renewal notices as a courtesy to resident mobile home owners. The courtesy renewal notices are mailed prior to the annual registration expiration date.

Mobile Home and "RP" decals, as well as registration renewals, may be obtained at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

Mobile home registration renewal transactions may also be conducted On-line at "GoRenew.com", the Florida Department of Motor Vehicle web site..

Warning: Mobile home owners who do not also own the land upon which their mobile home is permanently affixed and who fail to get their mobile home registered, including the proper display of their decal will be subject to a costly tangible personal property tax assessment by the Property Appraiser's Office.

   

Mobile Home Title Retirement

Mobile home owners who own both their mobile home and the real property it sits on have the option of changing from a DMV issued title to a warranty deed. This is called “retiring the title”. Once the title is retired and the deed issued, future transfers will be via deeds instead of the old application for Florida title.

Note: In order to retire your Florida title, you need to do the following:


File with the Clerk of Circuit Court

before a Certificate of Title for a mobile home can be retired the following documents must be recorded with the Clerk of Circuit Court in the county where the home is located:

The certificate of title(s) for the mobile home.
 
If applicable, the original lien satisfaction, or statement from lien holder that such security interest will be released upon retirement of the certificate of title.
 
Legal description of the real property (this may be in the form of a simple statement, a copy of the Real Estate Tax Bill, or the warranty deed conveying the property.
 
If applicable, a copy of the lease agreement (for a period of 30 years or more).
 
Sworn statement by the owner shown on the real property deed or lease, that s/he is the owner of the mobile home which is permanently affixed to the real property.

Note: Fees are required when recording.

Please visit the Clerk of Circuit Court St. Lucie County web site or call the office at 772.462.6900 for information on the fees required.


File with the Tax Collector's Office

Before a Certificate of Title for a mobile home can be retired the following documents must be filed with the Tax Collector:

Click here to obtain an "Application for Retirement of a Mobile Home Certificate of Title". An application is required for each unit in a double or triple wide. If the names are joined by "and" the signature of each owner is required on the form.
 
A copy of the documents recorded with the Clerk of Circuit Court - after they have been recorded.
 
All Tangible Tax bills must be paid in full before a title transaction may occur.

Note: There are no fees to retire a title in the Tax Collector's office.


FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions:

Question: I just bought my mobile home. Can I still have the title retired?

Answer: Yes. The certificate of title must already be in your name or paperwork completed for transfer to your name (assuming you also have the deed to the real property) before the certificate of title can be retired.

Question: Can any mobile home have the title retired?

Answer: No. The mobile home must be declared as Real Property in the Property Appraiser's office before the title can be retired.

   

Specialty And Personalized Tags

The State of Florida currently offers various specialty tags or license plates. These plates carry unique designs and were created to honor the plate holder and/or benefit a specific organization.

Take a look at Florida's specialty license plates!


Important Information

The annual fee for these plates ranges from $15.00 to $25.00. In addition to the annual use fee, there is a $5.00 per year processing fee. There is also a $28.00 plate fee when a new plate is issued. The annual use fee and the processing fee are charged each year in addition to the registration renewal fee.

Specialty and personalized license plates may be obtained at the Tax Collector's Ft. Pierce office, or the Port St. Lucie office.

Application for the initial personalized plate can be made any time; however, the vehicle must have a current Florida license plate and registration at the time of application.

Upon initial application, a $28.00 plate fee and $15.00 personalization fee is charged in addition to any other applicable fees.

Also, if your current plate is 10 years old and scheduled to be replaced, you must order your new personalized plate no later than two months prior to your birth month or the month in which the vehicle registration expires.

The annual renewal of a personalized plate will include the $15.00 personalized fee.

Click here to retrieve the Personalized License Plate Application. (Note: This form is in pdf format, which must be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader.) This software is available free through the Adobe web site.


View Specialty Plates

Click here for the "Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles" information page.

You can view the "My Florida Specialty Plates", by clicking here. Or, for a full listing of all the "Florida Specialty Plates" click here for an index.

   

Two Year Registration Program

Effective January 1, 2008, a new law passed by the Florida Legislature will allow voluntary registrations of motor vehicles and vessels for two years instead of one year. Vehicles eligible for the extended 24-month registration period include motorcycles, mopeds, automobiles, trucks with a gross vehicle weight less than 8000 pounds, trailers, recreational vehicles, park trailers, travel trailers, and mobile homes.

The cost of the two-year registration requires double the cost of the license tax, service charges, and fees. This equates to an amount that would normally be paid for two 12-month registrations.

Also, the current five-year cycle for license plates has been extended to a ten-year cycle. Please call 772.462.1650 if you have any questions.

   

Vehicle, Vessel & Mobile Home

Note: GoRenew does not currently have an eCheck option, the only payment type accepted is credit card.

Please review the following items before making an online payment. You will need the following items to complete your vehicle (auto, motorcycle, trailer), vessel (boat) or mobile home registration renewal transaction:  

1. The registration renewal notice for your vehicle, motorcycle, trailer, vessel or mobile home. Also, have your driver's license handy.

Renewal notices are mailed to owners approximately 3 weeks prior to the expiration month. If you have not received your renewal notice at least 2 weeks prior to the expiration date, please contact us by e-mail, postal mail, or telephone; and include your name, address, and tag/license plate number.
2. Insurance information, needed for vehicle (auto) only. You will need the Florida insurance company (not agent) policy number and insurance company code.

This information is available on your auto insurance card. If the insurance company code is not readily available, use the following instructions for locating your insurance company code.
3. Clicking the "START" button below, to transfer to "goRenew.com" the State of Florida "Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles" web site.
Offsite link: GoRenew.com is a link to Florida's Department of Motor Vehicle web site.
Note: Registration renewals for multiple vehicle, vessel, and mobile home can be processed in one payment when the information necessary to complete the multi-item transaction is on file.

When insufficient information is on file, vehicle, vessel (boat), and mobile home registration renewals can only be processed one at a time per online transaction.

   

Insurance Company Code

The Five-Digit Insurance Company Code, is a code that specifically identifies the company that has written your policy. This code only appears on your insurance identification card. It can be the last five digits of your policy number, or it can be identified as a "CO CODE" or "COMP CODE."

This code also verifies that the identified company is licensed to sell insurance in the State of Florida.

To help you obtain your correct code online, click on the following link "http://www.fldfs.com/Data/CompanySearch/index.asp" to go to the Florida Department of Financial Services Company Directory/Code Identification search page:

Employment Opportunities

Job Opening: St. Lucie County Tax Collector
Part Time, Customer Service Rep


Qualified candidates for the position should fill-out and print the application and mail to, or deliver in person, to the Tax Collector’s, Human Resources Manager, at either the Ft. Pierce or Port St. Lucie office.

Another option is you may email the completed application directly to our office by sending it to taxcollector@tcslc.com using the local or online email program of your choice.

Get the application here.

   

Contact Information

Chris Craft, St. Lucie County Tax Collector's Office

Send email to: taxcollector@tcslc.com


Fort Pierce office
2300 Virginia Avenue
Fort Pierce, FL 34982

Port St. Lucie office
1664 SE Walton Road
East of US #1, Suite 101

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 308
Ft. Pierce, FL 34954-0308

Make checks payable to
Chris Craft, Tax Collector St. Lucie County

Telephone Number - 772.462.1650
Office Hours - 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays
Driver License, Closed at 4:30PM
observed holidays


Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are PUBLIC RECORDS. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public-records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

   

Corner of Virginia Avenue and South 25th Street

Fort Pierce Office

Tax Collector, St. Lucie County
2300 Virginia Avenue
Fort Pierce, FL 34982
map/directions (off site link)

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 308, Ft. Pierce, FL 34954-0308
Telephone Number - 772.462.1650
Office Hours - 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays
Driver License, Closed at 4:30PM
observed holidays


East on Walton Road, across from the Fire House

Port St. Lucie Office

Tax Collector, St. Lucie County
1664 SE Walton Road
East of US #1, Suite 101
map/directions (off site link)

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 308, Ft. Pierce, FL 34954-0308
Telephone Number - 772.462.1650
Office Hours - 9:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays
Driver License, Closed at 4:30PM
observed holidays

Observed Holidays

The Tax Collector's Office is scheduled to be closed in observance of the following holidays.


2013
November 28 & 29, (Thursday & Friday) Thanksgiving
December 24 & 25, (Tuesday & Wednesday) Christmas


2014
January 1, (Wednesday) New Year's Day observance
January 20, (Monday) Martin Luther King, Jr., Day
February 17, (Monday) Presidents' Day
April 18, (Friday) Good Friday
May 26, (Monday) Memorial Day
July 4 (Friday) Independence Day
September 1, (Monday) Labor Day
November 11, (Tuesday) Veteran's Day
November 27 & 28, (Thursday & Friday) Thanksgiving
December 25 & 26, (Thursday & Friday) Christmas


2015
January 1, (Thursday) New Year's Day observance

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