What is a Florida Department of Revenue Land Use Type?

The Florida Department of Revenue land use is classified and described as follows:

  • 0000 - Vacant Residential Parcels
  • 0100 - Single Family
  • 0200 - Mobile Homes
  • 0300 - Multi Family 10+
  • 0400 - Condominium
  • 0500 - Cooperatives
  • 0600 - Retirement Homes
  • 0700 - Miscellaneous Residential
  • 0800 - Multi Family 10-
  • 1000 - Vacant Commercial
  • 1000 - 3900 Improved Commercial
  • 4000 - Vacant Industrial
  • 4100 - 4900 - Improved Industrial
  • 5000 - Improved Agricultural
  • 7000 - Institutional Vacant
  • 7100 - 7900 - Institutional

Property owners can find their parcel land use classifications by doing a property search on the Property Appraisers website. The classification is listed as property type.

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12. What period of time does the stormwater charge cover and when will the stormwater charge be payable?
13. I don't pay taxes now due to homestead exemption. Will I have to pay the stormwater charge?
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19. How will problems such as street flooding be solved?
20. Is growth and new development the cause of all of these problems?
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