Hours of Operations: Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The City of Orlando Revenue Collection’s Section is responsible for processing, receipting and depositing cash or cash equivalents and posting revenue to the appropriate general ledger accounts. The section is also responsible for accounts receivable payments and invoicing as well as satisfaction of City recorded liens. The section manager indirectly oversees revenues received by other departments within the City of Orlando and ensures they are processed and deposited to the City’s banking institution in a timely manner.
City Hall cashiers collect payments for various Permitting Fees, Business Tax Receipts (occupational licenses), returned / dishonored checks, miscellaneous invoices, accounts receivable, code enforcement liens and special assessments.
Payments for accounts receivable invoices can be paid in person at City Hall or mailed to:
CITY OF ORLANDO
PO BOX 4990
ORLANDO FL 32802-4990
Call 407.246.2201 for information on returned checks.
Code Enforcement Liens
For Code Enforcement Lien Payoffs please click here. Note: The Revenue Collection section is responsible only for the billing and collection of municipal code enforcement liens for lot clearing, building, boarding and securing, demolition and administrative expenses. For information as to the basis of the charges on invoice received for these services, contact the Code Enforcement Division at 407.246.3440.
What are the hours of operation for the cashier window in City Hall?
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
Where do I pay for a Non Sufficient Fund (NSF) check?
All payments for NSF checks are made at City Hall 1st floor, cashiers window
What are the fees for NSF checks?
$25 if the face value does not exceed $50
$30 if the face value does not exceed $300
$40 if the face value is more than $300
What methods of payments are accepted by the City of Orlando?
Cash, Checks, Visa, MasterCard and AMEX