Petition / Appeals Forms

Instructions for Filing a Petition/Appeal

  • Fill out a petition form (various forms provided below), completing all applicable sections of the petition and any other attachments required by statute; petitions must be submitted on Department of Revenue approved forms only
  • Checks or money orders used for payment should be made payable to: Board of County Commissioners or BOCC Clay County; do not submit cash
  • Mail completed forms with payment to:  Clay County Clerk of Courts & Comptroller’s Office, Attn: Clerk to the Value Adjustment Board, P.O. Box 698, Green Cove Springs, FL 32043
  • In-person drop off of completed forms may be done during regular business hours only at the Clay County Courthouse located at 825 North Orange Avenue, Green Cove Springs, Florida.
  • The standard filing fee is $15 per petition, but may be more depending on your circumstances; consult the linked information below for additional details regarding filing fees.

VAB Filing Fees

Single petition (one parcel)

$15.00

Joint condominium, cooperative, or mobile home association if the Property Appraiser determines such parcels are substantially similar in nature.

$15.00 for the first parcel and a $5.00 fee for each additional parcel. 
The determination form (DR-486MU) pursuant to F.S. 194.011(3)(e), approved by the Property Appraiser must be filed with the petition.

Single petition for more than one contiguous, undeveloped parcel – if the Property Appraiser determines such parcels are substantially similar in nature.

$15.00 for the first parcel and a $5.00 fee for each additional contiguous parcel.
The determination form (DR-486MU) pursuant to F.S. 194.011(3)(f), approved by the Property Appraiser must be filed with the petition.

Single petition for more than one tangible personal property accounts – if the Property Appraiser determines that the tangible personal property accounts are substantially similar in nature.

$15.00 for the first tangible personal property account and a $5.00 fee for each additional tangible personal property account.
The determination form (DR-486MU) pursuant to F.S. 194.011(3)(g), approved by the Property Appraiser must be filed with the petition.