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Baker County Tax Collector
                                          Amy Dugger
Mon - Fri 8:30 to 5:00 Drivers License
Last working day of the month 8:30-6:00 Mon - Fri 8:30 - 4:45
(904) 259-6880   Tax Office (904) 259-6004  Driver Lic
(904) 259-2321 Tag Office Concealed Weapon Permits
32 N. 5th St.  Macclenny FL 32063 Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30
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Announcements

Baker County Tax Collector's Office announces New Option to Apply for and Renew Concealed Weapon Licenses.

You are now able to apply for your statewide concealed weapon license permit at the Baker County Tax Collectors Office. We are also able to process same day renewals.  

Florida concealed weapon license applications are processed by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.   Due to rising demand, Tax Collector offices have been given authority to take applications, fingerprint the applicants, and send the information securely to the department for final determination.

Don’t waste time mailing your application. Stop by YOUR  Baker County Tax Collector’s office and apply in person. 

You can contact the Department of Agriculture at www.freshfromflorida.com to find out what documentation is required.
 
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About the Tax Collector's Office

About the Tax Collector's Office   In Florida, Tax Collectors are independent constitutional officers duly elected from their counties of residence by their fellow citizens and taxpayers. It is this independence coupled with the fact that Tax Collectors deal with a variety of duties and responsibilities and provide a myriad of important public services, that allows them to exercise valuable leadership roles in Florida's government.

 They direct, plan, organize, budget, set and implement policies which affect not only their governments, but reach the state level as well.  Along with their own local involvement in personnel and financial management matters, Tax Collectors participate in the management of the executive branches of state government which include the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, and Department of Revenue.

It is the Tax Collector who sees all these departments as a whole and, consequently, is able to coordinate and analyze the impact they have collectively. Staff members from various departments of state along with state legislatures should and do draw heavily on the broad base of knowledge accumulated by the Tax Collectors in drafting tax legislation and establishing rules and regulations for carrying out laws regarding the collection of taxes.

The elected county office of Tax Collector in Florida was established in the 1885 state constitution based on the ideas that local taxes could best be collected at the local level and, by being an elected office, the Tax Collector would be more responsible to the needs of the community from which he was elected.  In most counties the Tax Collector is responsible for not only the collection of valorem taxes, which is the single largest tax collected in Florida, but also for the collection of other taxes at the local level such as occupational license taxes, taxes imposed by special levying districts and also taxes imposed by state agencies.

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