Greene County Georgia Tax Commissioner
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Welcome to the Greene County property tax information database!

I hope that this tool will be a valuable asset to you.

The Tax Commissionerís Office makes every effort to insure the timeliness and accuracy of the information in the database. Payments, new charges and bills are posted with an average delay of 24 hours. For additional bill inquiries or questions not answered by the database, please contact the office at 706-453-3358.

Property Tax Bills are mailed in late August early September of each year to the property owner who owned the property as of January 1 of that year. If you purchased the property after January 1, you will need to contact the Tax Commissionerís Office for a duplicate. Remember, failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the taxpayer of the responsibility to pay the tax by the due date. The Tax Commissionerís Office does not mail tax bills to mortgage companies. The new due date for tax bills is December 1. Interest will accrue after December 1, at the rate of 1% for each month or partial month until paid. A penalty of 10% will be assessed after 90 days.

Greene County Tax Commissioner
Candace Lawson
1034 Silver Dr.
Suite 101
Greensboro, GA. 30642
(706) 453-3358 Ofc
(706) 453-1776 Fax

Our office is open to the public from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

The goal of the Greene County Tax Commissioner Office is to provide the people of Greene County with a web site that is easy to use. You can search our site for a wealth of information on any property in Greene County.

The Tax Commissioner is responsible for the billing and collection of ad valorem taxes. These taxes include real property, personal property, motor vehicle tax, mobile home tax and timber tax.

On February 3, 1786, Greene County was organized; being cut from the northern part of what was originally Washington County. The county name and the county seat, Greensboro, were both named for Revolutionary War General Nathanael Greene, who lived only a few months after this honor was bestowed him.

Greene County was the 11th county created in Georgia. It is 22 miles long, 17 miles wide and contains 374 square miles.

   

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