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Where is the Emergency Contact form?
Download and print the Emergency Contacts Form here. Complete and drop off at the Resident Services department located in Friendship Commons at 9850 SW 84th Court, Suite 200.
Where is Resident Services and how do I make a request for service?
Resident Services is located in Friendship Commons at 9850 SW 84th Court, Suite 200. Resident Services is open for residents Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Drop boxes are located outside the building for payments and resident matters after hours.
How do I report a Non-Medical Emergency after 4pm and prior to 8am the next business day?
Please call 352-236-OTOW(6869).
If I know that a delivery is schedules (furniture, moving van, large trucks), do I need to do anything to receive my deliver??
All deliveries should enter via the construction entrance off S.W. 80th Ave. onto S.W. 90th St. Deliveries are allowed only on Monday through Saturday during daylight hours until 5:00 p.m. You can call the gate at 352-854-2237 to explain the details of your delivery.
How do I apply for a Homestead Exemption for Marion County?
Your Property Appraiser is Villie M. Smith.
To properly apply for Florida Homestead Exemption you need to meet the following requirements:
- You must be a permanent resident of Florida as of Jan. 1st, living on the property for which homestead exemption is being claimed. You can file between Jan. 1 and Mar. 1.
You must have the following information available:
- Proof of property ownership as of Jan. 1 ie: Recorded deed or contract.
- Florida Operator Driver’s License or Florida I.D. Card. (Note: Does not apply to Out of State License holders who are issued a “valid florida only” license which is issued to part time residents who also hold an out of state license.
- Florida auto registration(s).
- Social Security Card(s).
- Applicants must be U.S. Citizen or have permanent alien card.
Please note that the property appraiser’s office may request additional proof of permanent Florida residency such as a Declaration of Domicile and/or a copy of applicant’s I.R.S. Tax Return from previous year, proof of widow or widower, voter registration from Marion County.
For further information contact the Property Appraiser’s Office at (352)368-8335.