Public Notices

2024 Annual Notice of Assessment

The Fulton County 2024 Annual Notices of Assessment were mailed on June 18, 2024.  Due to recent reports of delayed mail in the metro Atlanta area, property owners are encouraged to view their notice online.  The notices are currently viewable on the Enhanced Property Search and Basic Property Search tools for your convenience. The deadline to file an appeal is August 2, 2024.  Click here for information on filing an appeal.  We encourage online filing of appeals to avoid delays in mail delivery.


2024 Legislation

The Fulton County Board of Assessors aims to inform the public about changes in property tax laws. During the 2024 legislative session, Georgia lawmakers passed HB 581, HR 1022, and HB 808, which introduce changes to property tax laws that may impact Fulton County taxpayers. These legislative measures are subject to a referendum in the November elections.


Property Field Reviews

In accordance with O.C.G.A. 48-5-264.1, the appraisal staff will routinely field check properties to verify sales, check the status of building permits and review properties that have been appealed. Appraisers will also periodically canvas Fulton County to reconcile our records with businesses that are in operation, as well as those which have closed.








Website Enhancements

We are pleased to provide an Enhanced Property Search tool on our website!

The search tool is easier to navigate and will improve the user experience.  Also available is a comparable search module which allows selection of various property characteristics to compare similar types of properties.  Once the selection criteria are entered, a report is generated that includes a data summary of each property and a map displaying the parcels.


Onsite Paperless Filing

Onsite paperless filing is now available for your convenience at all our homestead locations. Taxpayers simply provide the information necessary to qualify for an exemption without the need to fill out a paper application.

As a courtesy, required documentation necessary for filing is immediately scanned into our system and returned to the taxpayer. For a Basic Exemption, this includes a valid Georgia Driver’s License or Georgia Identification card as well as the registration for vehicles owned by and registered in the name of the property owner and spouse.

For those filing for senior and other special exemptions, additional documentation may be required. This includes such items as State and Federal Tax returns or, if you do not file income tax, a Social Security Award letter. These items are scanned in and immediately returned also.

Before leaving, you will review a printed receipt with all your pertinent information included and sign verifying that your information is correct. Staff will scan the receipt into our system and return the signed receipt to you for your records. The signed receipt includes the oath that all information provided by the taxpayer is correct.


Electronic Annual Notice of Assessment for Tax Year 2025

You now have the ability to receive your Annual Notice of Assessment electronically.  To opt in, click the Access E-Notice Portal link below and create an account.  You will need the Registration ID printed on the 2024 Annual Notice of Assessment.

If you have opted to receive your Annual Notice of Assessment electronically, you will be notified by mail once it is made available.  If you have difficulty retrieving your notice at that time, please send an email to [email protected]. A representative will respond during normal business hours.

Click the link below to access or create your account.

Access E-Notice Portal



Mission Statement

The Fulton County Board of Assessors provides exceptional customer service while delivering timely, accurate, and equitable property assessments in compliance with Georgia law and Department of Revenue guidelines. We are committed to maintaining the trust and confidence of our customers by upholding the highest standards of professionalism and dedication to serving their needs.