In accordance with Georgia law, the Brantley County Board of Assessors must notify property owners
prior to making a site visit. Notice is hereby given that a representative of the appraisal staff will
review and inspect properties which are the subject of an active building permit for changes and
improvements which have been made to the property. These appraisal reviews will include
measuring structures, listing construction information, and photographing the subject property.
Reasonable notice also is hereby provided that an onsite inspection may be required for real or
personal property being returned or appealed or recently sold and for periodic parcel reviews. Said
property visit will be for the purpose of determining the correctness of the information contained in
the county's appraisal record for the property. For more information, please contact the Assessors'
office at (912) 462-5251.
Please refer to the following approximate time periods to see when site visits and reviews will occur in your area:
Our Field Appraisers are currently reviewing Mobile Homes updating locations, records and photos. They are in Waynesville, Lulaton, and Hortense areas.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The Brantley County Assessor's office is now open to the public by appointment and the counter for information. Before entering the courthouse, any customer must adhere to the requirements
(temperature check, answering questions about health) to enter the building. The office hours are Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm.
We encourage taxpayers to utilize our online services as part of the recommendations for social distancing. On our website www.brantleycountyqpublic.net you have access to property records, Homestead applications, CUVA, FLPA applications.
Board of Assessors:
G. David Butler, Chairperson
Lelia C. Morgan, Vice-Chairperson
Kathleen L. Patten Odam
Our office is open to the public from 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. We are located in the County Court House on the First floor. We manage the information for the 12,900 parcels of real property and 500 personal property accounts and 2500 non-homesteaded mobile homes in Brantley County.
Did you know?
Brantley county was formed in 1920 from Charlton, Pierce, and Wayne counties and was named for Benjamin D. Brantley, a member of a prominent local family, although some historians claim the name honored State Senator William Goodman Brantley of Brunswick.
Since the Okefenokee Swamp is to the south and west of the county, passage through Brantley County was essential to the railroads running from the coast through the southern part of the state.