Welcome to the Paulding County Board of Assessors

This site has been designed with the citizen in mind making it easier to do business with Paulding County. Be sure to check out the new convenient features to find information quickly and easily.

We look forward to continuing to improve our online services to better serve you in the future.

The Georgia Law provides property owners the opportunity to furnish relevant information about their property via the Real Property Tax Return. Returns must be filed with the Tax Assessors Office by April 1 each year.

Returns should be filed for the following:
  • A change in ownership occurred during 2019
  • A change occurred during 2019 that would affect the value of your property such as building or demolishing a house, remodeling, adding pools and decks, etc.
  • A change of address has occurred
  • A request to split or combine parcels; and/or
  • A request for the Tax Assessors to review the assessed value of your property.
The Board of Tax Assessors is responsible for handling the following applications:
  • Homestead Exemption
  • Preferential Agriculture Assessment
  • Conservation Use
  • Georgia Forest Land Protection Act
These applications must be filed by April 1, 2020.

In addition to the Real Property Return, the following Personal Property Reporting Forms must be submitted to the Board of Tax Assessors Office between January 1, 2020 and April 1, 2020 for the identification of all such assets:
  • Business
  • Boat
  • Airplane
Freeport Exemption forms should be filed at the Tax Assessors Office by April 1, 2020 to receive 100% exemption.

For more information concerning any of the information listed above please visit our website at www.paulding.gov or contact us by phone at 770-443-7606.

240 Constitution Blvd. Room 3082
Dallas, GA 30132

Did you know?
Paulding County, the 87th county created in the state, was formed from part of Cherokee County. It was named after John Paulding, a soldier in the Revolutionary War who helped capture Major Andre, an accomplice in Benedict Arnold's plot to overthrow the nation.

The county courthouse, built in 1892, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Another historic site is Pickett's Mill, a very well preserved Civil War battlefield. In the Atlanta Campaign, Sherman's forces clashed with Confederates here prior to heading to Kennesaw.