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Tax Commissioner Richard Steele

Attention Motor Vehicle Customers: The State Department of Revenue included the incorrect emissions information when mailing renewal notices. For 2017, the model years that require an emissions test are 1993-2014.  Click here for more information.

Tag Offices Open Today

Today is Tuesday, February 21 and the following tag offices are open from 8am - 6pm: Lawrenceville, Norcross, Peachtree Corners and Snellville. Directions

Peachtree Corners tag office open during construction

Tuesday - Friday, 8am - 6pm. Directions

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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 2017 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.

Mobile home tax bills due April 1

Check out the latest 'Property Tax & Motor Vehicles Facts' brochure!

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Paperless billing available for property tax bills

In 2015, a law was passed that allows property tax bills to be sent electronically, replacing, when requested, the paper bill. If you own property and wish to sign up for paperless billing, find your property, click the 'Parcel Number' button then click the 'Go Paperless' button. 

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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.


Gwinnett Justice & Administration Center Lawrenceville Tag Office Norcross Tag Office

North Gwinnett Tag Office Peachtree Corners Tag Office Snellville Tag Office