April 1 is the last day for Hall County property owners to file for Homestead Exemptions, including the Total School Tax Exemption and 100% Disabled Veteran Homestead Exemption. This is also the time to return the Business Personal Property, Marine/Personal Watercraft or Aircraft form or sign up for an Agriculture Covenant and/or file a Taxpayer Return of Real Property with the Hall County Board of Assessors Office.
Please note that the Hall County Government Center is currently open to the public; however, citizens can still schedule an appointment in the Hall County Tax Assessors’ Office if they prefer by calling 770-531-6720.
Applications for Homestead Exemptions, Conservation Use Covenants and Personal Property Reporting forms can be filed in person or via email. See the following as to how to apply for homestead exemption, file a personal property reporting form and/or apply for the conservation use covenant in person, online or via email.
For appointments, call 770-531-6720.
The Hall County Board of Tax Assessors Office is located on the first floor of the Hall County Government Center, located at 2875 Browns Bridge Road in Gainesville.
Please note that you can apply for homestead exemptions and apply for a conservation use covenant online and/or via email if necessary. Please visit hallcounty.org/239/Tax-Assessor for more information on how to make your application. If citizens are unsure of what they should do or which exemption they should apply for, they can contact the Hall County Tax Assessors Office at 770-531-6720 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.