Tax Commissioner Richard Steele

We have seen a lot of change this year, and Gwinnett's property taxes are no exception. 

Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Richard Steele explains the details in a video at www.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/2020. Property tax bills will be mailed in batches beginning next week and are due Dec. 1. A number of changes are reflected on the 2020 property tax bills. 

Taxpayers may view and/or pay their bills online as of Sept. 29 from any Internet-connected device at www.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/Pay. Property owners who signed up for paperless billing will receive their bills immediately upon release via secure email.

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Ways to pay include:
• Paying online via e-check is simple, secure and incurs no added convenience fee.
• Paying via debit card incurs a flat $3.95 fee; credit cards and PayPal incur a 2.25 percent fee.
• Scheduling payments in advance, as long as the total is paid by the due date.
• Mailing checks to P.O. Box 372, Lawrenceville, Georgia, 30046.
• Dropping off checks 24/7 in drop boxes located at every tag office.
• Paying in person with cash, check, money order, debit card ($3.95 flat fee) or credit card (2.25 percent fee) during stated business hours at any Gwinnett Tax Commissioner’s Office. Check wait times in advance: www.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/wait.

Tax information is made available to mortgage companies; however, property owners with escrows are responsible to ensure taxes are paid by the due date. 

For homes that were sold this year, both the former and current owners will receive a 2020 tax bill, click here to learn why.

Property owners who have questions or need assistance may contact the Tax Commissioner’s Office at Tax@GwinnettCounty.com or (770) 822-8800.