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Gwinnett Property Tax Bills Mailed

This year's property tax bills for Gwinnett County taxpayers landing in mailboxes.

It's that time again: Time to pay your Gwinnett County property taxes.

And, this year taxes are due a month earlier than last year. As opposed to Nov. 15, all taxes are due in a single installment by Oct. 15, according to a press release from the county. 

However, those wishing to make two separate payments may do so, as long as the final payment is made by Oct. 15. Bills will be mailed to households by Aug. 15.

(See the attached PDF to understand your 2012 property tax bill.)

There are several ways to remit property tax payments:

  • Pay online by credit card or e-check at www.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com. (Convenience fees apply for credit card transactions; e-check payments are free.)
  • Mail payments to P.O. Box 372, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.
  • Pay by check using drop-off boxes 24 hours a day at all tax commissioner offices.
  • Pay in person during business hours at all tax commissioner offices.
  • Pay by e-check at 770-822-8800.

Property tax payments are accepted at the following tax commissioner office locations. Credit cards are not accepted over the counter for property tax payments.

  • Property Tax Main Office
    75 Langley Drive Lawrenceville, GA 30046
  • Lawrenceville Tag Office
    750 South Perry Street Suite 100 Lawrenceville, GA 30046
  • Norcross Tag Office
    5030 Georgia Belle Court Suite 1013 Norcross, GA 30093
  • North Gwinnett Tag Office
    2735 Mall of Georgia Boulevard Buford, GA 30519
  • Peachtree Corners Tag Office
    6135 Peachtree Parkway Suite 201B Norcross, GA 30092
  • Snellville Tag Office
    2845 Lenora Church Road Snellville, GA 30078

For more information, including questions related to property owners who have escrow accounts and appeals, email Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Richard Steele at taxcommissioner@gwinnettcounty.com, call 770-822-8800 or check the tax commissioner's website at www.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com.

Brett Harrell August 14, 2012 at 11:47 PM
A sincere thanks to Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Richard Steele who reformatted this year’s property tax bills to provide citizens a more transparent look at how government takes and spends our money. My property tax bill indicates the County levied 38.55% of total ad valorem taxes due; the School system 60.86%; and state and city .59%. Those taxes add to 100% of ad valorem taxes due, but only 69.6% of the total bill. What? How could that be? Again, thanks to our Tax Commissioner, it is easier to see that an additional 30.3% of the total due is not taxes at all. Rather, non-tax fees such as stormwater (rain tax) and solid waste (garbage). Should I short pay this bill by a single $1, Mr. Steele will file a lien against my home. My home is at risk, not only for taxes, but for fees too for services that may not have been rendered or rendered satisfactorily. This practice increases underwriting requirements for purchasing a home, increases escrow and monthly mortgage payments, and expands government’s ability to lien your home. The practice is wrong and should end. How much of your bill is actually not property taxes? In most cases, if you claim the total amount of that tax bill on your income tax return, you’ve filed an erroneous return. I need your support ending this egregious practice. Join me in telling our counties and cities that taxes and only taxes should appear on our tax bills. HB 291: http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/20112012/110508.pdf
Jamay Yost August 15, 2012 at 04:25 PM
Thank You...I agree 100% ONLY taxes should appear on our tax bill. Richard Steele is getting carried away

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