DeFuniak Springs, FL (October 27, 2014) – Walton County tax bills will be mailed Friday, October 31. The Walton County Tax Collector’s Office urges property owners who haven’t received a bill by the second week in November to please contact the office at (850) 892-8121 or through email at [email protected].

Each year a substantial amount of tax bills are returned to the Walton County Tax Collector’s Office as undeliverable. While a tax bill may not have been deliverable to the taxpayer, the property owner is still responsible for paying taxes by the March 31 deadline to avoid penalty.

“Undeliverable mail is an issue for every tax office in the State. We are required by law to mail the bill to the address that is on the official tax roll. Property owners often change addresses and forget to notify the Property Appraiser’s Office of their new mailing address,” said Tax Collector Rhonda Skipper.

Property owners who have not received a bill can visit and utilize the tax search feature to find out the amount owed or contact the office for another bill. Tax payers can also enroll in the electronic bill program and forgo receiving a paper bill. The electronic bill enrollment is available online. Property owners can look up their property and simply click the “Register for eBill” button to begin the process.

A four percent discount is extended to property owners who pay current year taxes by November 30.

To make official address changes to the tax roll, tax payers can visit the Walton County Property Appraiser’s website at and submit their address change electronically.  

For more information regarding property taxes or services provided by the Walton County Tax Collector’s Office, please contact us at (850) 892-8121 or visit