301 S Main Street Cornelia, GA 30531
The Finance Department strives to provide accurate and transparent services in a timely and efficient manner. The department is responsible for all financial operations, including property tax and utility billing, budget preparation, management and compliance, debt management, financial planning, and preparing annual audits.
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All persons owning property within the city limits of the City are subject to pay an ad valorem tax each year. The millage rate is set each year by the elected officials. Property tax bills are mailed in the Fall and are due 60 days from date mailed. The current millage rate for this year is 8.5% and taxes are based on 40% of the assessed value.
- 5 year History Tax Digest 2021
- Application for Over 65 Homestead Exemption (PDF)
- Application for Under 65 Homestead Exemption (PDF)
- Notice of Property Tax Increase 2021
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