Meet Cregg

Cregg Dalton

for Citrus County
Property Appraiser 2020

Cregg Dalton has been committed to Citrus County for over 10 years. Through transparency, empowerment, and consistency, he strives for a balanced working environment engulfed with high performance and exceptional positivity.

For the last 11 years, Cregg has also worked for the Citrus County Sheriff's Office serving and protecting our residents, businesses, and communities. As a Sergeant, he provides strong leadership and management directives. With a clear vision, proven integrity, and steadfast humility, he has the ability to plan strategically and catalyze cooperation amongst team members. Cregg works alongside his employees with clear directives, while they all learn together, grow together, develop together and improve together. Establishing authentic and successful working relationships with citizens and businesses within our community to continually enhance services in our amazing county is one of Cregg’s most important objectives. He has worked extensively with the leaders of many governmental agencies throughout Citrus County continually building close-knit and lasting relationships while creating and incorporating a multitude of projects serving our citizens and our communities.

Cregg has  years experience in the property appraisal business.​

Cregg is a proud Veteran of the United States Navy.

He has been a board member (to name a few below), advocate and volunteer to a large number of Citrus County organizations. Cregg is focused on improving the lives of our youth, our citizens, and our communities.

• Men Building Men Mentoring Program - Founder/Director
• Citrus County Education Foundation - Board of Directors
• Citrus County Blessings/Citrus County Harvest - Board of Directors
• Citrus County Chamber of Commerce - Board of Directors
• Citrus County Anti-Drug Coalition - Vice Chairman - Board of Directors
• Tri-County Human Trafficking Task Force - Task Force Member

The Dalton Family

Cregg and Nancy have lived in Citrus County for many years. They currently reside in Inverness and enjoy exploring all the great qualities of Citrus County from scalloping in Crystal River to swimming with the manatees in Homosassa; from biking the scenery on the beautiful Rails to Trails to attending the Floral City Strawberry Festival.

They are active members of Cornerstone Baptist Church and huge supporters of Citrus County’s large veteran population. Most of their free time is spent volunteering with community organizations, spending time with their adult children, Austin and Savannah, attending sporting events, and appreciating the company of their lifelong friends. 

"I can’t say enough about Nancy!

Her support and friendship is unconditional and I will never be able to show her the proper amount of gratitude. I love her very much and I wake up every day attempting to show her just how much she means to me!"

- Cregg Dalton

From left to right: Austin, Cregg, Nancy, and Savannah. Pictured with their loving dog, Max.

Experience

To properly lead Citrus County through its expected growth and commercial expansion, our constitutional officers must be aptly prepared to meet the challenges and have the experience to foresee the needs of the community. The Property Appraiser’s Office represents the indispensable lifeblood of the continuing success of our first responders and local government to ensure they are appropriately funded to handle Citrus County’s growth. This is accomplished through proper, transparent, and impartial assessments of our neighborhoods and commercial businesses. 
 
Cregg Dalton is duly equipped to lead our Property Appraiser’s office into the county’s next chapter as we prepare for the ever changing future. He has continually earned our community’s respect and without a doubt he will continue to serve our community with steadfast commitment and integrity. Having been employed at the Sumter County Property Appraiser’s Office as well as his experience working with his family’s private property appraisal company, Cregg is fully prepared to lead the Citrus County Property Appraiser’s Office.

My promise to you

"As your next Citrus County Property Appraiser,
We want to make sure that the county appraisals are simplified, accurate, and equalized.

We're going to live by fairness and transparency. When we asked what people wanted from the future county property appraiser, they all said, “We want to be treated fairly across the board and have consistency in with relationships.” No matter who walks through our doors, if they have a request or concern, our promise is to listen and work to resolve these concerns.

We also plan to continue building partnerships with businesses and county/city government.

Vote for Cregg Dalton for Citrus County Property Appraiser, we can all work together to be Committed to Citrus."


-Cregg Dalton

Duties of the Citrus County
 Property Appraiser

The Citrus County Property Appraiser’s office uses nationally recognized appraisal systems and a Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal (CAMA) system to gather, store and analyze the large body of data necessary to arrive at a fair market value for each parcel of property in Citrus County. Actual sales prices of like properties in similar neighborhoods are a key component of the data needed by the skilled and professionally trained appraisers who assist the Property Appraiser in analyzing the real estate marketplace and evaluating your property.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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The Property Appraiser does not determine property taxes. Any candidate that promises that they can lower your taxes is not being honest - this is against the law. This is the responsibility of the taxing authorities in Citrus County. These include County Government, the School Board, Southwest Florida Water Management District, and others. The Property Appraiser is responsible for identifying the market value of property in the county. In reality, the market value is determined by the economy. This amount, less the cost of selling the property, is the basis upon which the property is appraised.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Florida law specifies that every property must be inspected at least once every five years. Staff appraisers physically inspect the properties to determine any changes such as additions, changes in condition, etc. The results of the physical inspection are noted in the CAMA system and are used in the annual calculation of the appraised value of the property.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Cregg dalton
for 2020 citrus county
Property Appraiser

PO BOX 561,
Inverness FL 34451

E-mail: cdalton@votedalton.com

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