Online Property Tax
Payment Services Available
In an effort to improve service to Habersham County property owners, Tax Commissioner June Black has commissioned the county's web services provider to develop an online tax information and payment system. Programmers put the finishing touches on the system in August 2008.
The new system allows property owners to look up their tax bills online and make payments by credit card or debit card. With guidance and direction from Mrs. Black, the new system has been custom designed for the Habersham County Tax Commissioner's Office and was developed exclusively for Habersham County.
Mrs. Black planned the system to be an easy-to-use information center as well as an online payment system. She said it is just another step in making her office more consumer-friendly and customer service oriented.
CLICK HERE to make property tax payments using the new system.
Sales of Property with Delinquent Taxes
Sales are announced in the news on this web site. Please check the news often to see if a sale is scheduled and for a listing of the properties to be sold.
CLICK HERE to check the latest news.
About the Tax Commissioner's Office
The Habersham County Tax Commissioner, an office established by the Georgia Constitution and elected for a four-year term, serves as agent of the State Revenue Commissioner for the registration of motor vehicles; and performing all functions related to billing, collecting, disbursing and accounting for ad valorem taxes collected in this county on behalf of the State of Georgia, Habersham County Commission, and the Habersham County Board of Education.
Also, pursuant to state law, the Tax Commissioner is responsible for the collection and disbursement of mobile home taxes, public utility taxes, land taxes, and timber taxes.
Responsibility for assisting taxpayers with property tax issues lies partly with the Tax Assessors Office and partly with the Tax Commissioner’s Office. Questions regarding assessments, preferential assessments and exemptions, and the filing of property tax returns should be directed to the Tax Assessor’s Office at 706-839-0100.
Property Tax Explanation Video
Online Tag Renewals
Habersham County residents, as of July 17, 2008, may now renew their motor vehicle tags online at www.dor.ga.gov
Mailing Address: 6257 State Hwy. 115, Ste. 7, Clarkesville, GA 30523
Location: 6257 State Hwy. 115, Ste. 7, Clarkesville, GA 30523
Phone: 706-839-0120 Fax: 706-754-4197
Hours of operation (except for holidays):
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m.–noon
June Murphy Black, Tax Commissioner