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What To Do If Your 2020 TRIM Notice is Wrong


Very soon we will receive our 2020 Truth in Millage (TRIM) Property Record Cards in the mail. If you suspect the information is incorrect, there are steps you can take.


If you live in Duval county, go online to https://www.coj.net/departments/property-appraiser and click on Property Search. Bring up your property record to ensure the market value, square footage, number of rooms and lot size are correct. If the home in question is your primary, owner occupied residence, make sure your exemptions are still in place. 


If after researching your property record you still disagree with the figures, contact the Property Appraiser's office to protest it. If the Property Appraiser is unable to come to a resolution, you may file a petition for adjustment with the Duval County adjustment board. Visit www.duvalpa.com for more info. Good luck.

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