Board of Assessors

  • Jeff Gibbs

  • C Wade Clark (Chairman)

  • Marianne Hill

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Tift County Tax Assessors Office


The Tift County Board of Assessors mailed assessment notices on May 15, 2014. The last day to appeal is June 30, 2014. If you do not file an appeal by that date, your right to appeal has been lost.

  • Maintains fair market value and uniformity as required by state law, in order to help keep Tift County's property tax rate as low as possible.
Did you know?

Tift County was created in 1905 from portions of Berrien County. The county was named for Nelson Tift, who had helped found the city of Albany, served as that city's mayor, and later served as a congressman. His nephew founded the city of Tifton in 1872 when he opened a sawmill there.

The county's courthouse was constructed in 1912. TyTy was named for the trees lining the banks of a nearby creek: the Ironwood (white titi) and Buckwheat (black titi) trees.

Source: georgia.gov