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The 2017 Tax Certificate Sale on June 1, 2017


The Tax Collector’s Office announces the 2017 Tax Certificate Sale (for 2016 Delinquent Real Estate Taxes) will be held on June 1, 2017. The Tax Certificate Sale will be held via the internet. We encourage you to visit our online Tax Certificate Sale website at www.BidIndianRiver.com to learn valuable information regarding the Sale. If you plan to participate in our Sale, you may also register, pay your deposit and bid at www.BidIndianRiver.com beginning May 18, 2017.


The 2016 Delinquent Real Estate Tax parcels will be published in the Indian River Press Journal on May 17, 24 and 31, 2017.


In order to avoid a tax certificate being sold against unpaid taxes, payment must be received by mail, internet (www.irctax.com) or hand delivered to one of our three offices no later than May 31, 2017.  For assistance, please contact our Tax Department at (772) 226-1343.


Please be aware that this is not a sale of land, but a sale of an interest-bearing certificate (lien).

The Tax Collector's Office of Indian River County announces the option to renew Concealed Weapon Licenses


Florida residents are now able to receive a printed renewal concealed weapon license at our Vero Beach Main Office and Sebastian Office.


The Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, Adam H. Putnam, partnered with Carole Jean Jordan and other Tax Collectors to pass legislation that allows our office to print concealed weapon renewal licenses for eligible applicants.


Don't waste time and money mailing your application. Stop by your local Indian River County office to apply in person. For more information or to schedule your appointment, please email us at CWLA@irctax.com or call us at (772) 226-1430.

SunPass is here!


Our offices are now selling Mini and Portable SunPass Transponders! Stop in and purchase yours today!

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) is warning consumers that they may be targeted by a company representing itself as the DHSMV demanding payment for fraudulent citations. The company, which is not associated with the DHSMV in any way, will send emails to consumers requesting payment of a citation within a certain timeframe and if the payment is not received on time, the company will falsely require a daily late fee payment.


The email sent to consumers includes a linked payment page and email address. While the linked payment page appears to be inactive at this time, the DHSMV is warning consumers that this is a scam and no payment should be made. If a consumer has made a payment, they should refute the charge and take the appropriate security measures with their financial institution.


Consumers should note the following:

• The DHSMV and Clerks of Court do not email citations to customers;

• The DHSMV and Clerks of Court do not require citation payment via email;

• Citation numbers are always seven alpha-numeric digits;

• If a consumer receives a notice regarding a suspicious citation, they should contact the local Clerk of Court or call the DHSMV immediately.


The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) provides highway safety and security through excellence in service, education and enforcement. DHSMV is leading the way to a safer Florida through the efficient and professional execution of its core mission: the issuance of driver licenses, vehicle tags and titles and operation of the Florida Highway Patrol. To learn more about DHSMV and the services offered, visit www.flhsmv.gov, follow us on Twitter @FLHSMV or find us on Facebook. For safe driving tips and techniques, download the official Florida Driver License Handbook.