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Okaloosa County - Connecting Communities since 1915. Okaloosa became the 52nd county in Florida on September 7, 1915, and was created from parts of Santa Rosa and Walton Counties. The purpose of Okaloosa County Government is to be responsive to citizens in providing an appropriate level of accessible services on a cost effective basis.When can I apply for homestead exemption in Okaloosa County?
The Okaloosa County Property Appraiser’s Office is accepting exemption applications for the 2022 tax year. The statutory deadline for filing an application for all exemptions, including homestead exemption for the 2022 tax year, is March 1, 2022.When do schools start in Okaloosa County?
Okaloosa County Schools Start Tuesday, August 10, 2021! School Board Approves New Administrators Dr. Belinda Small, Eric Mitchell, Lisa Tucker, Lynn Kozack, Denise Berry, and Ryan GoreWho is the property appraiser in Okaloosa Florida?
Mack Busbee, CFA, Your Property Appraiser. Mack Busbee was born and raised in Okaloosa County, graduated from Niceville High School and attended Okaloosa Walton Junior College and University of West Florida. He began working at the Property Appraiser’s office in November of 2000 and ran for office in 2016.