Property is auctioned to the highest bidder. The remaining balance of the purchase price must be received within 24 hours of sale. Purchase price is payable at the Clerk's Office by cashier's check, money order or cash; personal checks are not accepted for the bid amount.
Please be advised that due to Certificate Application Dates the current year's property taxes might not be included in the opening bid. Please refer to the Tax Deed File s to the specific years that are included.
Transfer of the mobile home title is the responsibility of the Purchaser. You may also visit the Recording Division located in Room For further information regarding tax deeds, please contact the Recording Division at If there are excess "surplus" funds after the sale, the Clerk will hold those funds for one year.
The Basic address search is for finding a single property or a group of properties based on all or part of the site address. For example, entering only a zip code will find all properties that have an assigned address in that zip code. The Range address search is for finding specific properties on a specific street within a range. The From, To, and Name fields are required for a range search. Account Number:. No Account tools yet. Enter a single seven-digit account number. Parcel ID:. Enter a full or partial parcel ID directly in the Parcel ID field with each part separated by a dash instructions below or use the tools below.
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Asterisks are only permitted as placeholders for blocks and cannot be used as wildcards. Condo Name or :. Enter a condominium name or number. Enter a complete or partial subdivision name Block and Lot are optional. Enter a plat book and page with or without leading zeros. Sale Price From:. No Sale Price tools yet. Enter only whole numbers. Do not use dollar signs, decimal points, or commas. Price range From must be less than price range To. NOTE: Not all ownership transfers are sales. To exclude non-sale transfers, enter a starting price range greater than Sale Date From:. No Sale Date tools yet.
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Citrus County, Florida Property Search and Interactive GIS Map
Metropolitan Statistical Area. The area covered by present-day Citrus County is thought to have been first occupied at least 10, years ago. About 2, years ago, mound-building Native Americans settled in the area and built the complex that now forms the Crystal River Archeological Site. The site was occupied for about 2, years. Why the complex was abandoned is currently unknown. Citrus County was created in The Citrus County area was formerly part of Hernando County.
It was named for the county's citrus groves. After the Big Freeze the next major industry was phosphate mining, which continued until World War I. Planned industrial development surrounding the construction of the Cross Florida Barge Canal never came to fruition when the partially-built canal was terminated after environmental opposition. The original Citrus County seat was Mannfield also spelled, incorrectly, Mansfield or Mannsfeld in some sources.
The county seat was later moved to Inverness ; only a street and a pond remain of the original county seat town. The first library in Citrus County was founded in in Inverness. These libraries joined together to create the Central Florida Library System in According to the U. According to the US Fish and Wildlife Services' aerial manatee surveys, as many as of these unique creatures can be found in Citrus County at one time.
This typically occurs only during the coldest months of the year. Most of the park's residents are injured animals either undergoing rehabilitation for future release to the wild, or will be permanent due to their inability to be released to the wild. When a permanent home could not be found for Lucifer, then-Governor Lawton Chiles named him an "honorary citizen of the state" thus allowing him to remain at the Park.
As of the census  of , , people, 52, households, and 36, families resided in the county. The racial makeup of the county was About 2. About The average household size was 2. In the county, the population was distributed as The median age was 53 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Around More than one-third of residents were senior citizens in Health care dominates the work force. Oak trees  lead up to the library. The Lion's Club started the library in in a former gift shop.
Popular programs include adult coloring, tissue paper flowers, recycled book art, and card making. Close to holidays, the branch hosts themed activities and small parties for children. Staff of the Floral City branch create monthly book displays to entice patrons to new areas and titles. Every year the library hosts two book sales spring and fall to raise funds for more materials and programs.
Staff participates in Heritage Days which is a weekend-long celebration of the founding of Floral City.