No out of state checks will be accepted. Money Orders will be accepted.
Fill in the form; sign, print, and mail along with the $25 filing fee. Please make your check out to "Twiggs County Clerk of Court"
Form should be notarized but if you are unable to have the form notarized, please provide a copy of your driver's license with the form.
To access Personal Property Tax Return click the link above:
Next click on the "PT-50P" link
Fill in the form; print and mail
Welcome to the Twiggs County Board of Assessors Web Site!
Our office is open to the public from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
This site has been designed with the citizen in mind making it easier to do business with Twiggs County. Be sure to check out the new convenient features
to find information quickly and easily.
We look forward to continuing to improve our online services to better serve you in the future.
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS AND OCCUPANTS
You are hereby notified that pursuant to O.C.G.A. 48-5-264.1
A, representative (s) of the Twiggs County Tax Assessors Office with proper I.D. and marked county vehicle may be visiting your property during normal business hours for
the purpose of collecting and verification of any data for accuracy due to any appeals, returns, permits, sales verification, covenant applications, neighborhood or county
wide reviews and an updated photo if needed. This includes all Residential, Commercial, Agricultural, Industrial properties and Manufactured Homes.
For more information or should you have any questions concerning this notice, please contact the Tax Assessors office at 478-945-3663.
Did you know?
Twiggs County was created in 1809, taking its territory from Wilkinson County. Georgia's 37th county was named for General John Twiggs, a prominent leader in the Revolutionary
War and the Indian Wars.
There are several sites of interest listed on the National Register of Historic Places: the Hollywood Plantation, the Old Richland Baptist Church (1811), the county courthouse (1903),
Gleeson Hall, Bullard house, Charlane Plantation, and Myrick's Mill. LaFayette stopped at this mill during his tour of Georgia in 1825.