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Duties And Responsibilities Of Fulton County Tax Offices

Maintain property ownership Create tax bill
Maintain property owner mailing address Collect tax
Assess valuation of property Distribute tax
Accept and process homestead exemptions
Accept and process property returns
Accept and process property assessment appeals
Compile the annual digest values

The Tax Commissioner takes the appraised value and the exemption status provided by the Board of Tax Assessors, along with the millage rates set by the Board of Commissioners and other Governing Authorities, to calculate taxes for each property, and mails bills to owners at the addresses provided by the Board of Tax Assessors.

You can find out the property taxes for your property or properties in two ways:

  1. Search for a tax bill - This feature allows you to search for a tax bill or bills using a complete or partial parcel ID, account number, or physical address.
  2. Tax Summary request for multiple parcels - If you know the complete parcel IDs of the properties you are looking for, this feature provides an efficient way of looking up your Tax Bills and Detailed Tax Summaries.

In addition, you can make a credit card payment on your property using this system.

You can also find additional information about property taxes in this section.



The Board of Tax Assessors is required to issue a notice of assessment for taxable tangible real and personal property.  Upon receipt of this notice, the property owner desiring to appeal the assessment may do so within 45 days of the date of the notice. The appeal may be based on taxability, value, uniformity, and/or the denial of an exemption. The written appeal is filed initially with the Board of Tax Assessors.

All parcels in appeal will be billed at 85% of the assessed value listed on your assessment notice. However, you may elect to be billed at 100% of the assessed value instead. This selection must be made at the time of your appeal and will not be changed after the appeal is submitted.  For more information, you may contact the Tax Assessors' Office at (404) 612-6440, option #1.