The sun sets behind what is left of the Fort Myers Beach Pier on January 25, 2023 in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. The pier was destroyed in Hurricane Ian. The process of rebuilding continues four months after the hurricane passed. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Lee County Property Appraiser reminder regarding Hurricane Ian Property Tax Refunds

Lee County Property Appraiser Matt Caldwell reminds all property owners that the deadline to apply for 2022 Hurricane Ian Property Tax Refunds is April 3. Those property owners whose residence was uninhabitable for more than 30 days in 2022 can apply for the refund on the Property Appraiser’s website ( If you have already applied, the Property Appraiser will be contacting you in the near future regarding the status of your refund application.  Caldwell encourages all taxpayers, especially those who were impacted and continue to be impacted by Hurricane Ian, to visit the Lee County Property Appraiser website for the most up-to-date information as they prepare the 2023 property tax roll.

Property Tax Questions

can be directed to 239-533-6100 or

For additional information about Hurricane Ian and for county updates, visit or

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