Website Enhancements for Tax Year 2023
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.
Click the link below to access the search tool.
Electronic delivery of Annual Assessment Notices
If you have opted to receive your assessment notice electronically, you will be notified by email when it is available in the e-notice portal. If you have difficulty retrieving your 2023 assessment notice(s), send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A representative will respond during normal business hours.
If you have not opted to receive your assessment notice electronically and would like to, click the Access E-Notice link below and create an account. You will need the Registration ID printed on the 2023 assessment notice.
Click the link below to access or create your account.
Access E-Notice Portal
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.
The Fulton County Board of Assessors Office is scheduled to conduct staff training for our Homestead Division. In order to facilitate this training, our satellite locations will be closed on the following dates:
May 15-16, May 22-23, May 30 and June 5-6
This includes the following locations:
Fulton County Customer Service Center (Alpharetta)
North Fulton Service Center (Sandy Springs)
Greenbriar Mall Service Center
South Fulton Service Center
Our homestead offices at the Fulton County Government Center at 141 Pryor Street and the Peachtree Center Administrative Office at 235 Peachtree Street will remain open with limited staff during this training.
You may file for homestead exemption online at any time or visit one of our locations on the days that they are open during this time. Applicants have until April 1, 2024 to file for homestead exemption for tax year 2024.
It is the goal of the Fulton County Board of Assessors to notify the public of changes in property tax law. During the 2023 legislative season, Georgia lawmakers passed HB 270 which makes changes to property tax law that may affect taxpayers in Fulton County.