Georgetown Quitman County GA

Tax Commissioner

I appreciate the opportunity that you have given me to serve as your Tax Commissioner.  The duties and responsibilities of the office of Tax Commissioner are many and varied, but our main function is to serve you, the citizens of Quitman County.

Whether you are a new resident or have been in our county for some time, my goal is to fulfill my responsibility as your Tax Commissioner in a fair and equitable manner.

Property owners may now pay their property taxes online.  Owner will need to call the tax office @ (229) 334-9000 to verify correct amount due and obtain the bill number.  To pay taxes online, please click on the link below, enter the name and bill number and payment information.  Please note:  the credit card company does charge a fee for paying online.

Pay Property Taxes Online

Melinda Moss   quit.taxcomm@gqc-ga.org
Lisa Biondinolisa.biondino@gqc-ga.org

TAXES

Compile tax digest

Collect property taxes

Collect mobile home taxes

Responsible for filing timber reports and collection of taxes

Delinquent tax collection

Tax sales

PLEASE NOTE:  2019 PROPERTY TAXES WILL BE DUE NOVEMBER 15TH THIS YEAR, AND EACH YEAR HEREAFTER

MOTOR VEHICLE

Processing tag renewals

Process titles on vehicles

Collect sales tax when applicable

Collect title Ad Valorem

TAGS EXPIRE ON YOUR BIRTHDAY

Melinda Moss, Tax Commissioner
111 Main Street Ste 3
P.O. Box 583
Georgetown, Ga 39854
Phone 229-334-9000
Fax 229-334-0409

Click here to visit Georgia Department of Revenue



ATTENTION RESIDENTS

As we prepare for our new statewide motor vehicle system known as DRIVES, our office will be unable to process any tags or titles after 12PM on Thursday, May 23.  The current system will shut down Thursday and the new system will not be available until Tuesday, May 28th.  This will affect all motor vehicle related transactions.  If your birthday falls during these days, we encourage you to renew/ register on or before May 23rd.  Our office will be closed Friday, May 24 through Monday, May 27th, and we will reopen at 8:00 AM on Tuesday, May 28th.  This will affect all 159 counties so please contact your local Tax Commissioners office for their hours during this period.  

We appreciate your patience as we make the transition.