Real estate in the City of Florence is assessed by the Florence County Assessor's Office to establish a fair market value. A Florence County assessor will value the property based on the size and type of land and the nature of the development on the property. As required by state law, property is reassessed by the Florence County Assessor's Office every five years. Reassessment notices are mailed to all property owners around May following the period of reassessment. Property owners can review a history of assessments made to their property and others in the City of Florence in the real property book available in the Florence County Assessor's Office. Property owners who feel that their property has been assessed too high may appeal to the Florence County Assessor's Office. For more information about property assessment appeals, or to find out about having your property assessed, contact the Florence County Assessor's Office, located in room 104 of the City-County Complex, 180 North Irby Street, Florence between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, or call the office at 843-665-3056.