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Tax Commissioner’s Office to remain open late Nov. 30 for last minute property tax payments
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With the 2018 property tax deadline quickly approaching, Tax Commissioner Nicole Stewart has announced extended office hours on Nov. 30 to help citizens get payment in on time before the Dec. 1 deadline, which falls on a Saturday.

“We just want to give people the ability to get off work and get to our office,” Stewart said. “We just want to help them out. We understand that we are open the same hours as most working people.”

The final day to make in-office payments for 2018 property taxes is Friday, Nov. 30 and Stewart’s office will be open from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. to accommodate those trying to get their payments in last minute.

Property tax payments can be made online at by following the property tax payment link on the left side of the home screen. Property owners can search for their bill by entering their name, address or bill number and then follow on-screen instructions to pay via credit card (VISA, MC, Discover, Amex) Paypal or Paypal credit.

 Checks can also be made out and mailed to: Dawson County Tax Commissioner, 25 Justice Way, Suite 1222, Dawsonville, Ga. 30534.

Regular office hours are 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. The office is on the first floor of the Dawson County Courthouse. All county offices will be closed Nov. 22-23 in observance of Thanksgiving.

For more information or questions, call the Dawson County Tax Commissioner’s office at (706) 344-3520.