I sold this property. Why am I getting the tax bill?
Taxes are generated and mailed to the owner of record on January 1st of the tax year according to Georgia law (O.C.G.A. 48-5-18). If you get a tax bill for property that you sold, please forward it to the new owner as quickly as possible. You may also return the bill to us with the new owner's name and address and we will gladly update our records and forward the bill to the new owner. If you purchased the property after January 1, a property tax return (to declare taxable property you own) should be filed with the Tax Assessors' Office between January 1 and April 1 of the following year.

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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?