From the Tax Collector

Our commitment to you is to provide the highest level of customer service, for the best value, in an open, transparent setting. We know that you have an interest in how your government does business. It is a priority for me to make certain the public is informed about the work we do at the Office of the Tax Collector. This Web page outlines the many ways you can contact us to request public records or to learn more about us as an agency.

We also share with your our strategic plan for 2011 - 2015, which will guide us on our "Journey to Excellence".

We welcome your interest and look forward to serving you,

Rhonda Skipper

"Journey to Excellence"

The five year (2011 - 2015) strategic plan of the Tax Collector's Office. It shares the leadership philosopy, vision, strategic priorities, objectives and process management approach of the office.

Follow us on our journey. Visit our blog: Journey to Excellence

Anual Report: View our Annual Report


Ethics Policy

Operating in an efficient and ethical manner is very important to our staff, Read the Ethics Policy of the Walton County Tax Collector's Office.

Public Records Request Policies and Procedures

Need to make a public records request? Under the Freedom of Information Act, Florida Statutes 119.01 (1) "It is the policy of this state that all state, county and municipal records shall be open for personal inspection by any person." If you would like to request a public record, use the following list and keywords to locate the best contact.

Public Records Coordinator
Lisa Henderson
Director of Operations
(850) 892-8121
[email protected]

WCTC Organization: Want to learn more about how our team is organized? View our organizational chart.

Budget: How does WCTC spend taxpayer money? The budget for the current fiscal year October 1, 2012 - September 30, 2013 can be viewed here: WCTC Budget.

How the Tax Collector's Office is Funded

The Tax Collector's Office is not funded by tax dollars. It is a fee-based office. The fees collected for the services provided are used to fund the operating budget which is approved by the Florida Department ofRevenue. The work volume and cost-effective operations results in fee revenues well in excess of the budget. This “additional revenue" is returned to the local government agencies, including the county, in proportion to the amount they pay. As a result, these local agencies receive tax collection services at low cost and the community is better served.