The property taxes that support County government operations make up less than 35 percent of the annual tax bills paid by homeowners in Gwinnett County. The majority of the tax bill pays for schools. Within city limits, each municipality also assesses city taxes to pay for city services.
Everyone who shops in Gwinnett currently pays a penny-on-the-dollar sales tax, known as SPLOST, that funds County and municipal capital improvements in transportation, parks, libraries, and public safety. Motorists living in Gwinnett also pay an ad valorem tax on the value of their vehicle.
The County Tax Assessor is responsible for determining the value of real estate and personal property for tax purposes, while the Tax Commissioner collects and distributes tax revenue.
Gwinnett County Tax Information