The Department of Property Tax accepts the following types of payments: cash, checks, e-checks, money orders and credit/debit cards.
Cash payments must be submitted in person.
Make checks payable to the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner with funds on deposit in the United States.
- If you pay with a check, keep in mind that checks are processed, deposited and debited from your account very quickly, usually the next business day. Before you write a check, make sure your account has enough money to cover it.
- If your check is dishonored by the bank, a service fee is assessed in accordance to state law and federal guidelines. In providing a check as payment, you authorize electronic representation if your check should return unpaid. Also, you authorize service charges and processing fees, as determined by law, to be debited from the same account via paper draft or electronic funds transfer. Collection efforts may be made by a third-party company acting on behalf of the Tax Commissioner's office.
Note: We do not accept counter checks or two-party checks.
Online & In Person
Payments can be made online using a check and banking information with no fee.
Credit card payment can be made online or over the counter at any Tax Commissioner office using VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. Using a credit card incurs a convenience fee of 2.29% (minimum $1).
VISA, MasterCard and Discover debit cards are accepted online and over the counter at any Tax Commissioner office for a flat fee of $3.95.
Click here to begin online payment.
Tag offices only process property tax payments and provide receipts. The main Property Tax office at the Gwinnett Justice & Administration Center processes payments and handles all other property tax-related transactions.
Mail payments to the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner, Department of Property Tax, P.O. Box 372, Lawrenceville, GA 30046-0372. Please pay by mail using only a check or money order made payable to the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner. Do not send cash by mail.
When submitting payment through the mail, include your payment stub. If you do not have one, reference your parcel ID or property address on the check or money order. Include a phone number when submitting payment without a stub.
Mail postmarked by the U.S. Postal Service on the due date is accepted as timely received. Postage meter dates will not be honored as timely if received after the due date. To ensure payments are postmarked timely, we recommend mailing at least seven working days prior to the due date.
Use the drop boxes located outside any one of our five tag offices. Drop-off payments must be in the form of check or money order.