Welcome to the Tattnall County Assessors Office Web Site

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

The information contained herein reflects the values established in the "most current published" tax digest. *Please note that the Assessors Office establishes values only. The Tattnall County Tax Commissioner should be contacted with tax bill related questions.

Notice to Property Owners and Occupants concerning visits to your Property.

Georgia Law (OCGA ยง 48-5-264.1) requires property owners and occupants be provided reasonable notice prior to a site visit conducted by or on behalf of the Tattnall County Assessors Office.

In accordance with this law, please be advised that the Tattnall County Appraisal Staff may be visiting your property soon. The purpose of this visit will be either to determine the level of completion of any improvements that may have been made to your property or to verify correctness of the improvements in our records. The issuance of a Building Permit will necessitate a visit to your property. Also a visit may be conducted if a Tax Return is made, an Appeal is filed or there has been a recent sales transaction. The appraiser will only gather necessary property information and take photographs.

The appraiser will have a photo identification badge and will be driving an appropriately marked vehicle. If the appraiser is not allowed access to your property, estimations will be performed. If there is any question about the identity of the appraiser, or if there are any questions regarding the visit, do not hesitate to contact the Tattnall County Assessors Office at 912-557-4010.

Disclaimer: The information and data contained within this web site are public records made available by the Georgia Open Records Act. Neither Tattnall County nor the Tattnall County Board of Assessors certifies the accuracy of the data and information contained within this site. As such, the data and information contained herein should not be relied upon for any purpose without obtaining verification of the accuracy of such data and information from either the Tattnall County Clerk of Court or the Tattnall County Board of Assessors.

Data contained on this website represent a work-in-progress toward completion of the annual tax digest. As such, data is subject to change at any time. The ownership and map information correspond with the most current information processed by our office. Please search deed records at the Tattnall County Courthouse to ensure the most current ownership information.

Parcel lines depicted on the maps do not reflect a true and exact representation of property boundaries and should not be relied upon for said purpose. Property boundary lines are depicted on recorded plats available at the Tattnall County courthouse or can be determined by employing the services of a licensed surveyor.

The Tattnall County Assessor's Office makes every effort to produce the most accurate information possible. No warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the data herein, its use or interpretation. ALL data is subject to change.

Assessment notices displayed on the website are provided as a courtesy and reflect only the notices mailed in bulk to property owners in April. Corrective notices sent after the April bulk mailing are not displayed on the website.

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Did you know?
The Tattnall Museum, located in Glennville, displays art, science and local history.

The Georgia State Penitentiary, the state's central holding facility, is located just south of Reidsville. This is Georgia's oldest state prison, built in 1936. The prison rotunda was constructed of marble. The prison, which was designed to hold 2,000 inmates, cost $1.5 million to build.

The Wiregrass Trail, a historic route through southeastern Georgia, runs through Tattnall County.

Fishing is abundant in the Ohoopee and Altamaha Rivers as well as the 12-acre recreational lake at the Jack Hill State Park. The park, inside the city limits of Reidsville, includes year-round camping, fishing, regulation golf, tennis, a picnic area and a playground.

There are a number of annual events held in Tattnall County including Glennville Sweet Onion Festival, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade in Glennville, and the Reidsville Christmas Festival and Parade, and the Wiregrass Festival.

Source: georgia.gov