As of June 1, 2020, the county's buildings opened back up. However, we are maintaining the social distancing and we cannot have over 4 people within our offices. There is seating available in the hallway until you can be called into the office. We appreciate your understanding during this time. The appeals will be taken in an office that will be marked. Due to the social distancing, only 1-2 people will be allowed with each appraiser as an appeal is filed. This is the first year that the BOA is going to allow the appeals to be submitted electronically. If you are not able to come in to file an appeal, you can do it electronically. The form and email address are under the appeals tab. Please fill out the provided form for emailing. No emails will be accepted unless it has the appeal form attached. Fill the form out entirely and sign. Only the owner can sign the form. If you are going to file an appeal for someone else, you will need to provide a Power of Attorney or a Letter of Authorization along with the appeal. No appeal will be accepted if this documentation is not attached.

June 1, 2020 was the deadline to file all homestead exemptions and all agricultural exemptions for 2020. Should you have questions, our phone number is 770-830-5812. Email address is

Property reviews for residential, agricultural, commercial, industrial, and tax exempt properties are ongoing. There are over 56,000 parcels in this county. The Carroll County Board of Tax Assessors per GA code 48-5-299 is charged with valuing all real and personal property. Verified sales data has determined the Carroll County's value changes over the last 4 years including this year. As such, the necessary adjustments have been made to property values that are reflected on the 2020 assessment notices. Upon request, documentation can be provided that supports the value of the assessment. The taxpayer can request this information electronically at no cost. Email address is The assessment notices were mailed June 29, 2020. The last day to file an appeal is August 13, 2020. All the new values and map data will be posted June 29, 2020.

Appraisers of the Carroll County Tax Assessor's Office are handling the reviewing. They will have badges, and will have Carroll County shirts for identification. They will also be in Carroll County vehicles marked accordingly. If a resident is at home when the appraisers visit, the appraiser will verify the property information that the county has on file. They will not enter the residence unless invited in to view changes to the property information. They will conduct an outside inspection of all residences and all out buildings on the property. The appraisers will be making pictures of the front and back of the structures. These field reviews are required by Georgia law to be conducted every 3-4 years to ensure that property descriptions, construction, and amenities are properly recorded.

If a resident is not at home when the appraisers visit, they will conduct an outside inspection and
leave a card/door hanger informing the residents that they were there.

All appraisers will be checking for mobile/manufactured home decals. They must be displayed somewhere
easily accessible by the appraiser.

The appraisers will not go through or over a locked gate. They will leave a card/door hanger on the gate if feasible. If resident has a locked gate, the resident is asked to call the Carroll County Tax Assessor's Office Dept. at 770-830-5812 to schedule an appointment to meet the appraiser on site.

Residents with any question are asked to call 770-830-5812.

Returned Assessment Notices

The 2019 Digest has been certified by the Georgia Dept. Of Revenue

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