2019 Gwinnett property tax bills are in the mail and due Oct. 15. File Photo
Photo: For the AJC
Photo: For the AJC

Gwinnett tax bills in the mail, available to pay online

Gwinnett County homeowners, brace yourselves. Your 2019 property tax bills are in the mail.

The county began mailing tax bills on Friday, Aug. 9, and they are available for viewing and payment on the Gwinnett County tax commissioner’s website. Taxes can be paid on that website or via mail.


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Payments can be made on the website via e-check with no added fees. Debit card payments come with a flat $3.95 fee and credit cards are charged a fee amounting to 2.25% of the tax bill. Taxpayers can also mail checks to P.O. Box 372, Lawrenceville, Georgia, 30046 or drop the check off in an envelope at any tag office in the county, where 24/7 drop boxes are available. Payments are due Oct. 15. 

Property owners who wish to only deal with their tax bill online can arrange for paperless billing at GwinnettTaxCommissioner.com/paperless.

Tax information is available to mortgage companies for property owners with escrow accounts, but those property owners should still ensure the taxes are paid, the county said in a press release. 


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