TAX COMMISSIONER RODNEY V. CAIN ANNOUNCES OFFICE RE-OPENING
Friends, our office re-opened to the public on Friday, April 24, 2020 with our regular hours of 8:00 a.m. until 4:45 p.m. The Drive Thru is open from 9:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. We are here to serve you Monday through Friday. Extra precautionary measures are in place to ensure adherence to social distancing requirements. Our office website (www.lowndescountytax.com) is also available for registration renewals, registration cancellations, and property tax payments, or you can mail your payment, if you prefer.
Please call us at 229-671-2579 with any questions. We look forward to serving you soon!
Rodney V. Cain
Lowndes County Tax Commissioner
Press Release - Lowndes County Tax Commissioner, Rodney V. Cain, in Partnership with the Georgia Department of Revenue will upgrade its Georgia DRIVES Motor Vehicles System.
The duties and responsibilities of this office are many and varied, but our main function is to serve you, the citizens of our community. If you have questions regarding local and state regulations for collection of taxes derived from motor vehicles, property, mobile homes, timber, or heavy duty please feel free to contact this office.
To better serve you, a drive thru facility at the rear of the parking lot is available for tag renewals, mobile home decal renewals, and property tax payments. Drive thru hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
To update taxing information taxpayers can file a return with the Board of Assessors. A return can also be filed to appeal disputed current values. In Lowndes County the time to file a return is January 1 through April 1.
Please click here to access the Tax Commissioner's website.
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- What property is taxed?
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- What if I disagree with the Tax Assessors' value?
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- What is a millage rate?
- How is my tax bill calculated?
- What is the HTRC credit on my tax bill?