After being closed on Mondays since late October due to renovations at the Hall County Government Center, the Hall County Tax Commissioner’s Office will once again be open to the public on Mondays beginning Monday, Dec. 19.
“The entire staff has gone above and beyond during this time to ensure we are serving the community fully despite the Monday closures,” said Hall County Tax Commissioner Darla Eden, “and we are all excited to return to our normal routine.”
The Hall County Tax Assessor’s Office will remain on the lower level for the time being, as renovations are still being completed.
“The priority was to get our public facing areas completed as quickly as possible so our ability to provide service was affected as little as possible,” said County Administrator Jock Connell. “We appreciate the public’s patience as we complete this critically important project while balancing the need to continue providing the highest level of customer service.”
There will be signs posted around the Hall County Government Center reminding visitors of these changes, and staff will be available to assist in directing visitors to the appropriate departments.
As a reminder, many forms of business can be conducted online, by phone or by email. You can pay taxes and renew decals online at hallcountytax.org, remit payment by mail or use the secure drive-up drop box located at the Government Center. There are also two tag kiosks, one at the Kroger on Jesse Jewell Parkway and another at the Kroger located on Spout Springs Rd.