Property Tax

CITY OF WOODSTOCK Property TAX OFFICE

12453 Highway 92
Woodstock, GA 30188
770-592-6051

VIEW OR PAY TAX BILL ONLINE

If you are paying your tax bill by check or money order, they should be made payable to : City of Woodstock, Georgia and mailed to:

City of Woodstock, GA
Attn : Finance Dept
12453 Hwy 92 
Woodstock, GA 30188

OVERVIEW

Taxes are generated on property values that are determined by the Cherokee County Tax Assessors office. The City of Woodstock Millage Rate for 2020 is 6.307.  Taxable property includes airplanes, boats, business assets, personal property and real estate. You may view the guide below to better understand your tax bill.

PROPERTY TAX GUIDE

Senior exemptions must be filed with the Cherokee County Tax Assessors office by April 1 of the effective year.

Property tax bills are mailed on or about October 20th each year and payment is due upon receipt. Taxes not paid within 60 days of mailing become delinquent (usually on December 20th). Delinquent taxes will incur a 5% penalty every 120 days, plus 1% interest per month on any portion thereof, figured on the principal. Administrative levy (FIFA) fees and collection fees incurred will be added to each account.

If you have not received a tax bill by October 31 or if you are a new property owner and cannot obtain a tax bill from the previous owner, please contact us. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve you of the responsibility to make payment by the due date. If full payment is not received by the due date, penalties, interest and collection costs will be added. Penalties, interest and collection charges shall not be waived, regardless of the reason for the delinquent payment.


SALE OR PURCHASE OF PROPERTY

If you have sold or purchased a property within the city limits, please email your HUD-1 closing statement to us in order to update the ownership information. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve you of the responsibility to make payment by the due date. If full payment is not received by the due date, penalties, interest and collection costs will be added. Penalties, interest and collection charges shall not be waived, regardless of the reason for the delinquent payment.


MORTGAGE COMPANY BILLING INFORMATION

Usually, escrow accounts are set up by mortgage companies for payment of property taxes. After the account is established, the mortgage company will send written notification to the tax office that they are paying the property taxes. A copy of the tax bill will be sent to the homeowner and the mortgage company. The homeowner is still responsible for making sure taxes are paid by the due date. If your mortgage company has recently changed or if you are a new homeowner, you should send a copy of the tax bill to the mortgage company.

Note to mortgage companies : please download the template below and email it to the Finance Office.

Bill Request Template