LAWRENCEVILLE, GA– Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner Denise R. Mitchell announced today that the 2022 property tax bills will be mailed in batches beginning Thursday, Aug. 25, and will have a due date of Nov. 1.
As of Aug. 25, taxpayers also will be able to view, print and/or pay their bills online from any Internet-connected device atwww.GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/Pay.
“Paying online with an e-check is the best way for Gwinnett citizens to pay their property tax bills,” Mitchell said. “It is safe, secure, easy and free. There’s no worrying about mail delivery and no need to stand in line, use gas, time or even a stamp.
Any checking account can be used as an e-check; a video that explains how to pay online with an e-check is viewable at the link above.
Debit and credit cards may also be used to pay online with added convenience fees of a flat $3.95 fee for debit cards and a 2.25 percent fee of the total paid for credit cards and PayPal.
Owners who sold homes this year will still receive a tax bill, along with the buyer – click here to learn why. Mortgage companies are provided access to property tax information; however, owners with tax escrow accounts are responsible to ensure their taxes are paid on time.
Assistance with questions about tax bills is available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays at the Property Tax Customer Service: 770-822-8800; email Tax@GwinnettCounty.com; by chat from GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com; or in-person at the main property tax office inside the Gwinnett Justice Center at 75 Langley Deive, Lawrenceville.
To shorten the wait, taxpayers may set an appointment in advance by selecting “Property Tax Office” from GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/appointments and following the prompts.