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The City of Alpharetta Finance Department is responsible for the billing and collection of property taxes for our municipality and relies solely on the Fulton County Board of Assessors for tax information that pertains to property owners, fair market and assessed values, and property/billing addresses.

FAQs

When are the City of Alpharetta property taxes mailed and due?

Alpharetta Property tax bills are mailed on or before October 1st. Current year property taxes are due on December 1st. Prior year property taxes are due immediately.

What happens if I do not pay my city property taxes?

Any unpaid property taxes will be subject to the issuance of a FiFa (lien) in accordance with O.C.G.A. §48-3-3, which may result in the sale of a FiFa. Additionally, unpaid personal property taxes may result in the revocation of your business license and, if applicable, may prevent participation in City functions. 

What should I do if I closed my business or sold a piece of personal property (boats, equipment, etc.) during the tax year?

If you closed your business or the personal property was sold after January 1st of the current year, the tax is still due. You must also notify Fulton County Board of Assessors at 404-612-6440 (option 2, then 1) that the property closed or sold after January 1st. 

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