What are the tax exemptions available in the City and when do I apply for these?
65 and older as of January 1 tax exemption. Totally disabled tax exemption (if all requirements met). Floating homestead exemption. All of these exemptions are available only if the owner is currently residing at the property for which the exemptions are applied. Exemption documentation must be filed by April 1 at the City of Powder Springs City Hall building for the year that you are applying for exemption. Please select the Homestead Exemption to view more information regarding the homestead exemption options available in the City of Powder Springs.



There are homestead exemptions available to City of Powder Springs homeowners that complete and file the required applications by April 1st of the tax year (O.C.G.A 48-5-40 through 48-5-54). To be eligible for application you must own, occupy, and claim your property as your legal residence on January 1st. Only one person need apply if more than one name appears on the deed. The exemptions are automatically renewed each year unless there is a change in ownership or you no longer meet the eligibility requirements.
City Exemptions:
Regular Homestead Exemption - To be eligible for application you must own, occupy, and claim your property as your legal residence on January 1st. Only one person need apply if more than one name appears on the deed. The regular Homestead Exemption in City of Powder Springs is $2,000.

Taxpayer Reassessment Relief Act (Floating Homestead Exemption) - This exemption is granted to anyone that has applied for and been granted the Homestead Exemption with Cobb County and the City of Powder Springs. The amount of this exemption equals the balance of increase in assessed value of your home at the time homestead exemption was granted. There must be an application on file for regular homestead with Cobb County.
Over 65 Exemption - Homeowners who are 65 years of age on or before January 1, are entitled to a $10,000 exemption on City of Powder Springs taxes. You must furnish proof of age when you apply with the City.
Disability - Homeowners who are disabled on or before January 1, and whose annual NET income (including income of the spouse but not including income received as a result of the disability; e.g. disability retirement) does not exceed $12,000 for the immediately preceding year are entitled to a $10,000 exemption. This exemption is also available in Cobb County. You must furnish proof of income and a doctor's certificate stating that you are disabled and that the disability is likely to remain permanent when you apply with both Cobb County and the City of Powder Springs.
State Veteran's Disability - Homeowners who are disabled veterans as defined in O.C.G.A. 48-5-48 are entitled to a $73,768 exemption in all tax categories. You must provide legally required documentation. This exemption extends to the un-remarried surviving spouse or minor children at the time of the applicant's death, provided they continue to occupy the home as a residence and homestead.
State Un-remarried Surviving Spouse - A homeowner who is the un-remarried surviving spouse of a member of the U. S. armed forces killed in any war or conflict as defined in O.C.G.A. 48-5-52.1 and receiving spousal benefits from the U. S. Department of Veteran's Affairs is entitled to a $73,768 exemption in the state, county, municipal and school tax categories. Legal documentation is required
Homestead Exemptions Page

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1. Where do I pay my City property taxes?
2. Does the City of Powder Springs have a school tax?
3. When are property taxes due?
4. What if I don't receive a property tax bill?
5. When are the City of Powder Springs taxes billed and due?
6. How is the amount due of my Property Tax determined?
7. I paid these taxes at closing - why am I getting a tax bill?
8. What are the tax exemptions available in the City and when do I apply for these?
9. Does the City of Powder Springs have a school tax?
10. What if I don't receive a property tax bill?
11. What happens if my tax bill is paid after the due date?
12. What is the current millage rate and how does it compare to previous years’ rates?
13. Is my tax statement sent directly to my mortgage company?
14. I sold this property. Why am I getting the tax bill?