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Reduce your tax bill -- apply for homestead exemptions!

The best way to reduce your property tax bill is to apply for homestead exemptions. The application deadline is April 1. For all exemptions, you must own and occupy the property as your primary residence as of January 1 of the tax year for which application is being made. Applications for 2018 exemptions will not be accepted after April 1.

You may apply online or contact the Property Tax Department for an application. If you mail the completed application, we recommend using certified mail; the signed certified signature card, along with a postmark on or before the deadline, will serve as proof of timely application. Once granted, the homestead exemption is automatically renewed each year. 

Click here to learn more about available exemptions and eligibility requirements.


Now Available! After-Hours Self-Service Kiosks for Tag Renewal

Two new self-service kiosks are available for citizens to renew their tags nights and weekends. They are located at the Lawrenceville and the North Gwinnett tag offices

Customers will be able to renew their vehicle registrations and immediately receive current decals for their license plates. Credit and debit cards accepted at the kiosks are Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Processing fees apply and are added to the total due.

In addition to the two new kiosks, Gwinnett citizens can also use self-service kiosks located in Kroger stores in neighboring counties, including DeKalb, Walton, Hall, Clayton and Fulton.  

To renew your tag at a kiosk, you must have a valid Georgia driver’s license, and your address must be correct on your renewal notice. Your proof of liability insurance must be transmitted to the state system, and if applicable, you must have a valid emission inspection on file.

The kiosk located in the entrance foyer at the North Gwinnett tag office is available 24/7. The kiosk in Lawrenceville is available 7am – 7pm Monday – Friday, and 8am – 5pm on Saturdays.

Tax sale scheduled for Tuesday, March 6

All tax sales take place in front of the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center at 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046 at 10am. Click here for more information.

View the list of properties.

Tax sale prospective bidders and purchasers, please read.

Emission Testing Update

In 2018, all gasoline-powered cars and light-duty trucks 8,500 pounds or less with the model years 1994-2015 require an emissions test to register and renew. For testing locations, visit CleanAirForce.com

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The Tax Commissioner is an elected Constitutional Officer responsible for the collection of property taxes, including the processing of homestead exemptions, preparation of the county tax digest, billing of taxes, and the accounting for and distribution of those taxes. 

The Tax Commissioner also acts as an agent of the state for the titling and registration of motor vehicles, and is responsible for the operation of the tag offices located in this county.

Locations

Gwinnett Justice & Administration Center Lawrenceville Tag Office Norcross Tag Office

North Gwinnett Tag Office Snellville Tag Office