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Putnam County Tax Commissioner Office Closes To The Public During Pandemic

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  • Putnam County Tax Commissioner's Office closes during Coronavirus epidemic. Staff will still provide remote access for public.
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Putnam County Tax Commissioner closes office to public -- remote access still available

With the President of the United States, Governor of the State of Georgia, and the Putnam County Board of Commissioners having declared states of emergency, the Putnam County Tax Commissioner has taken guidance from recommendations of the CDC to safeguard our community and staff as we prepare and react to the COVID-19 Virus Pandemic. 

Effective Monday, March 23, our office will be closed to the public until further notice. Our staff will be working daily to return phone calls, return emails and process mail and web renewals. 

For links to online services, go to www.putnamgatax.com

Many of the services we provide can be completed online, including:

  • property tax payments

  • mobile home tax payments

  • Renew vehicle registration

  • Pay insurance fines

  • Change address

  • Cancel or replace registration

  • Get an estimate of TAVT or Ad Valorem taxes

  • Look up information such as vehicle information, title status, insurance status, registration status, and prestige plate inquiry

  • Go-Green

You may email questions to pctc117@yahoo.com

To leave a message for a staff person, please call:  706-485-5441

Calls will be returned with 24 hours or the next business day.

Finally, a drop-box has been installed outside our office for your convenience.

We are in truly uncharted waters with this COVID-19 Pandemic. We regret the inconvenience to our community and will make every effort to service our taxpayers, while at the same time keeping our staff and those around us safe.  We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during this time.