Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Tiffany P. Porter reminds homeowners that 2021 property tax bills are due Oct. 15. Taxpayers may pay their bills online from any internet-connected device at www.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/pay. Taxpayers who pay online with debit or credit cards with incur no added convenience fees while federal grant funds last to cover the costs. The fees are available until they are exhausted or on midnight Oct. 15, whichever comes first.
Ways to pay include:
- Online via e-check: simple, secure and incurs no added convenience fee. A step-by-step instructional video is available here:https://vimeo.com/601291921.
- Online via debit or credit card with no added convenience fee (covered by an American Rescue Plan Act grant), until depleted or midnight Oct. 15, whichever comes first.
- By mail to P.O. Box 372, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.
- By drop box: Payments by check may be placed in drop boxes 24/7 at any tag office.
- In-person payments with cash, check, money order, debit card or credit card are accepted during stated business hours at any Gwinnett Tax Commissioner’s Office.
Any payment method initiated (with proof) or postmarked by midnight Oct. 15 is considered paid on time, even if received/processed by us after the due date (metered mail dates are not acceptable proof).
Property owners with escrow accounts are responsible to ensure mortgage companies pay taxes on time and can verify taxes are paid atwww.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/ViewPayYourTaxes.
Both sellers and buyers of homes sold this year receive tax bills because the Jan. 1 owner is responsible for the current year’s taxes. Sellers should monitor their accounts to ensure taxes are paid and can learn more at www.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/sold.
Property owners who have questions or need assistance may contact the Tax Commissioner’s Customer Service Center 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays via email to Tax@GwinnettCounty.com, by phone at 770-822-8800 or by chat from any device atwww.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com