Forsyth County property owners must pay tax bill by Nov. 15

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(Forsyth County, GA) Forsyth County homeowners have one week left to pay their property tax bill.

Property tax bills are due on Tuesday, November 15.

Payments can be made by check and mailed to:

Tax Commissioner Office

1092 Tribble Gap Road

Cumming, GA 30040

Homeowners also have the option of paying online using a credit card or e-check at, or they can submit payment through their personal online banking account.

Mailed payments must be postmarked no later than November 15.

Homeowners with questions or concerns about paying their property tax bill can contact the Tax Commissioner's office at (770) 781-2110 or

2022 Property Tax Assessments

This year’s property tax assessments, which were mailed on May 27, were surrounded by controversy and complaints from property owners throughout Forsyth County.

According to the Forsyth County Government website, the Board of Assessors is a separate body from the Board of Commissioners and runs independently to determine property tax assessments in accordance with the Georgia Department of Revenue and the laws in place in the state.

In a public notice posted earlier this year, Forsyth County Chief Appraiser Mary Kirkpatrick explained how property is assessed:

“State law requires that property assessments are based on fair market value, and Forsyth County is consistent with surrounding counties and national trends,” said Kirkpatrick. “Even though fair market property values have increased 18 to 20% over the past year, residents with a floating homestead exemption will see very little if any increase on the county portion of their tax bill. Approximately 95% of the increase most homeowners will see on their tax bill will be a result of the school’s operation and bond estimated tax.”

Property owners had until July 11 to file an appeal for their current property tax assessment.

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