The links below are reports that show the ad valorem taxes that were levied by the
State of Georgia and by the local counties, schools and cities for the indicated
tax year. The property taxes 'levied' means the taxes charged against taxable
property in this state. Some of the taxes levied may not be collected for various
reasons (assessment errors, insolvency, bankruptcy, etc.).
Totals are shown for each type property in the state (residential, commercial, industrial,
agricultural, etc.) and for each levying authority (state, county, school, cities).
The list also shows total taxes levied to retire bonded debt. The abbreviation "M&O"
stands for "Maintenance and Operations". Since this information is frequently
requested for each county, the totals levied on property in the incorporated area
(within cities) and in the unincorporated area (outside of cities) are shown separately.
The Ad Valorem Revenue Summary Report is based on the county tax digests that were
submitted by the 159 Georgia counties to the Revenue Commissioner.
This report is being provided in PDF format.
Ad Valorem Taxes Levied in Georgia Counties
For additional information about the Ad Valorem Taxes Levied in Georgia report contact:
To inquire about updates to this report contact:
Property Values Online
Persons that want to search individual property records online or at the county
tax office should contact the
County Board of Tax Assessors.
for a list of Georgia Counties with Property Tax Services Online.
This list may not be all inclusive. You should contact the County Board of
Tax Assessors for more information on the availability of property tax records online.
Review of County Digests - The purpose
of the digest review procedure is to equalize county property tax digests between
and within the counties. This procedure is designed to require the county
boards of tax assessors to make adjustments in the valuation of property to ensure
uniformity and equity.
County Ad Valorem Tax Digest Summary - This
database depicts the assessed totals of all property listed on a Georgia county's
tax digest separated by tax district. These summaries also show how much tax is
levied in the tax district.
Property Tax Rates - The tax rate,
or millage, in each county is set annually by the board of county commissioners,
or other governing authority of the taxing jurisdiction, and by the Board of Education.
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