Property tax is due on Thursday, Dec. 1. The Hall County Tax Commissioner's office will be closed for Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25 in compliance with the Hall County Government holiday schedule.
For the convenience of residents, the ability to pay property tax online is offered through the Hall County Tax Commissioner's new website: hallcountytax.org. Alternately, citizens are encouraged to remit their payment by mail if unable to access internet by using the return envelope to P. O. Box 1579, Gainesville, GA 30503. Payments made in full that are USPS postmarked or dropped off at the Hall County Government Center by 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 will be honored as a timely payment and will not incur any interest as mandated by the state.
"We are thrilled with the streamlined systems in place to more efficiently process the workload during our busy property tax season. Much consideration to the needs of residents went into the design of our new website and the cart technology made available for user-friendly access," said Tax Commissioner Darla Eden.
Residents are offered five ways to pay: online, by mail, in person, secure drop (located outside the entrance of the Hall County Government Center), and by phone.
Office of the Hall County Tax Commissioner
P. O. Box 1579
Gainesville GA 30503
Hall County Government Center
2875 Browns Bridge Rd - 1st floor
Gainesville GA 30504