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HARVESTING TIMBER IN BALDWIN COUNTY please print out the permit form and send it in to the Baldwin County Tax Assessors. Sites will be inspected and BMPs are asked to be followed. Timber Harvest Reports must be turned in according to Georgia Law. We will help in any way to assist you in this request. Please help us help you!

You can contact us and submit any applications by E-Mail.

Thank you,
Wade C. Williams.

Welcome to the Baldwin County Assessors Office Web Site

Contact Information:
Baldwin County Assessors Office

Wade C. Williams
Chief Appraiser
1601 N Columbia St.
Suite 120
Milledgeville, GA 31061
Phone: (478) 445-5300
Fax: (478)445-5019

*For questions about business personal property, boats, or airplanes please contact:
Chuck Cheeves
Asst Chief Appraiser
Personal Property Manager

(478) 445-5300

Our office is open to the public from 8:30 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

The goal of the Baldwin County Assessors Office is to provide the people of Baldwin County with a web site that is easy to use. You can search our site for a wealth of information on any property in Baldwin County.

The information contained herein reflects the values established in the "most current published" tax digest. *Please note that the Assessors Office establishes values only. The Baldwin County Tax Commissioner should be contacted with tax bill related questions.

Board of Assessors:
District 1
Annie Mosley
District 2
Ronald Stevenson - Vice Chairman
District 3
Patricia Baugh Thompson
District 4
Tom Torrance - Chairman
District 5
Harry Keim

    • Records for real and personal property
      (Boat, business and aircraft returns)
    • Aerial photography of real property
    • Deed book and plat references for
      real property
    • Homestead exemptions applications
      can be made year round
    • Property tax returns. Service is
      performed from January 1
      thru April 1
    • Valuation appeals

Did you know:
Georgia's 27th county was named for Abraham Baldwin, a member of the Continental Congress and author of the bill to create the nation's first state university, now the University of Georgia.

Milledgeville was laid out in 1803, designated as the state capital in 1804, and incorporated in 1806. The city served as state capital until that honor was transferred to Atlanta on April 20, 1868. Milledgeville, named for Governor John Milledge, is the county's only incorporated city.

The historic district of Milledgeville includes the Old State Capitol and Governor's Mansion, as well as a number of noteworthy private homes. According to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Milledgeville is the only surviving example of a complete "Federal Period" city. It is also the only city designed specifically to be a state capital.

With 15,330 acres of water and 417 miles of shoreline, Lake Sinclair is an important recreational resource for the county. The State of Georgia has a strong presence in the county with the Middle Georgia Correctional Institution, Central State Hospital, the Youth Development Center, and two University System units.

Notable Georgians from Baldwin County include the Honorable Carl Vinson, who served Georgia as a U.S. Congressman for 50 years; writer Flannery O'Connor; and comedian Oliver Hardy. Georgia College's Ina Dillard Russell Library is home of the Flannery O'Connor Collection and includes manuscripts by O'Connor and her personal collection of more than 700 books and journals.

Baldwin County is home to a number of festivals and events including water skiing tournaments in July and the Candlelight Tour of Homes in December.
(Source: georgia.gov)

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