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Property Appeal Season 2017

Your property appeal rights extend for 45 days from the date on your 2017 Annual Notice of Assessment. Annual Notices of Assessment will be mailed in the beginning of April for residential and commercial real estate properties and mid-May for personal property (tangible business inventory, watercraft, and aircraft).

If you do not agree with the property value on your 2017 Annual Notice of Assessment, you may appeal your property value during the 45-day appeal period. The appeal period begins on the date of your Annual Notice of Assessment and ends 45 days later. You can appeal real estate property (residential and commercial property) or personal property (tangible business inventory, watercraft, and aircraft) electronically on our website by using the links below.

Electronically file your 2017 Residential or Commercial, Real Estate Property Appeal

Electronically file your 2017 Personal Property Appeal (tangible business inventory, watercraft and aircraft)

Once you have filed your 2017 appeal, you can check the status of your appeal as it moves through the appeal process. Please allow three days after filing your appeal to begin checking your status online.

If you would prefer to file your appeal by mailing a completed PT311A appeal form to us, please download the PT311A form here.

View the status of your 2017 appeal

Electronically Accept or Reject Your Amended Notice Value
If you receive an Amended Notice of Assessment in response to your 2017 property appeal, our appraisal staff has reviewed your appeal, and has elected to amend your appraised value. If you are dissatisfied with the amended notice value, you have 30 days from the date on the notice to reject the amended value, and continue your appeal.

Appeal Continuance Form
This option is available if you are dissatified with your  Board of Equalization Hearing Decision and choose to continue your appeal via The Tax Assessor’s Office Settlement Conference Hearing to Superior Court.

Please print and complete the Appeal Continuance Form within 30 days of the date on your Board of Equalization hearing decision letter, and email to Taxpayer.Services@GwinnettCounty.com or mail to Gwinnett County Tax Assessor Office, 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.