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Self-Service Property Tax Kiosks added to all Tax Commissioner Locations

Self-service kiosks have been added to all tax commissioner locations to allow customers to pay property tax using credit or debit cards. 

“As customers come into our tag offices to renew their motor vehicle registration, they can also pay their property tax using credit or debit cards with the new kiosks. For the approximately 40% of Gwinnett property owners who pay their own property tax, this will add another convenient way to pay.” Tax Commissioner Richard Steele said. 

To pay property tax at the kiosk or online, there is a 2.29% service fee for using a credit card and a $3.95 flat fee for using a debit card. Checks are accepted here on our website without a fee. 

The 2015 property tax bills have a single due date of October 15. Taxpayers can make multiple payments as long as the total amount due is paid by the due date.

2015 property tax bills are due October 15

New Legislation Effective July 1

  • Georgia House Bill 147 allows vehicle owners to register a brand new vehicle for two years. More information
  • Georgia House Bill 100 allows vehicle owners whose vehicles fail an emissions test to receive a 30-day temporary registration. More information
  • Georgia House Bill 170 adds new fees for Alternative Fuel vehicle owners. More information
  • House Bill 170 also adds new Highway Impact fees for all vehicles over 15,500 lbs. gross vehicle weight rating. More information

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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.


October 15, 2015
Property tax bills due

November 11, 2015
Offices closed for Veterans Day

November 26-28, 2015
Offices closed for Thanksgiving


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