Annual Notice of Assessments

Most residential and commercial property Annual Notice of Assessments were mailed April 3, 2015.

Marine, aircraft and tangible business inventory 2015 assessment notices were mailed May 18, 2015.


Your property appeal rights extend for 45 days from the date on your 2015 Annual Notice of Assessment.

Residential and Commercial Annual Notice of Assessments dated after April 3, 2015:
The deadline to file an appeal for most residential and commercial properties was May 18, 2015.

If your residential or commercial assessment notice is dated after April 3, 2015, and you are within your 45-day appeal filing period, please call us at 770.822.7200 to assist you in filing your residential or commercial property appeal.

Please note: If your assessed value for 2015 was established by an appeal decision within the prior two years, filing an appeal may jeopardize the “frozen” value established by O.C.G.A. 48-5-299c. This may result in an onsite inspection and a new notice of assessment, the value of which may be less than or greater than the initial 2015 value.

Personal Property Appeal (Aircraft, Marine and Business Inventory and Equipment)
Most tangible business assets, aircraft, and marine 2015 personal property Annual Notice of Assessments were mailed May 18, 2015.

The deadline to file an appeal is 45 days from the date on the Annual Notice of Assessment. Appeals must be made in writing.

To file a personal property appeal, please click the link below to access the PT311A personal property appeal form. Once you have completed the form, either hand-deliver to the Gwinnett County Assessor’s Office or mail with a USPS postmark to:  Gwinnett County Tax Assessor, 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.  There are no exceptions and appeals filed by email or fax cannot be accepted.

Status of Appeals

Once you have filed your 2015 appeal, you can check the status of your appeal as it moves through the appeal process. Please allow seven days after filing your appeal to begin checking your appeal status online.

Amended Assessment Notices

Motor Vehicle Title Ad Valorem Tax

The Georgia Department of Revenue produces an estimate of value, which is required for use in determining the amount of “title tax” you owe upon the transfer of a vehicle. Effective January 1, 2015, the new title tax increased to 7 percent. If you disagree with the value used, you must appeal to the Board of Assessors within 45 days of the payment of the tax.

Please use the state’s PT311A-MV form to start the process. Submit copies of the registration documents and photos of the vehicle along with the completed appeal form. Photos need to include all four sides, inside, damage (if any), and odometer reading. If the vehicle was recently purchased, please include the purchase price on the appeal form or provide a copy of the bill of sale. The appeal package may be mailed, emailed, or delivered to the Assessors’ Office. You may also schedule a visit to our location for a physical inspection. For more information, call 770.822.7288 or email

Appraisal Staff Conducting Field Visits

Gwinnett County Assessor’s office appraisal staff will visit several thousand properties throughout the county in the coming months. Field visits are a routine process completed by either a county appraiser or a contracted appraiser from LMC or CLT. Gwinnett County vehicles will be clearly marked with emblems and personnel will have picture IDs and business cards.

The field visits consist of verifying existing or new construction data, obtaining exterior measurements, and taking photos of the property. Residential property field visits are exterior only inspections, which do not require entry into buildings or assistance by the resident. If you are not at home, the review will be conducted and an informational door hanger will be left. In some instances, inspections of commercial property may require some assistance, depending on the nature of the business. If you have any questions, please contact the Tax Assessor's Office at 770.822.7200 or by email at

Mailing Address Changes
If you would like to update or change your property’s mailing address, please click here to transfer to the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner's website to access the mailing address change form provided by the Tax Commissioner’s office.