Tax Commissioner

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Staff of the Oconee County Tax Commissioner Office is always ready to serve our citizens. Please contact our office if we can assist you.   

The 2017 property tax bills were mailed
September 12, 2017 and are
due on November 15, 2017.

On October 17, 2017, a vehicle struck an Oconee County Sheriff’s Deputy while directing traffic in front of Oconee Veterans Park.  Thankfully, the Deputy is currently recovering; however, the outcome could have been significantly worse. 

The Deputies provide an invaluable service to the community directing traffic at schools, parks and other areas of interest and it is critical that drivers afford them the safe environment they deserve.  Remember to always drive alertly, slow down and avoid the cell phone.  The Oconee County Sheriff’s Deputies keep us safe and it is up to us to extend the same courtesy to them.



Pay Your Bill Online
We accept credit and debit cards. There is a 2.5% + .30 convenience fee for transactions paid with a card. 

Pay Property or Mobile Home Tax


Vehicle Registration Renewal
Register your vehicle online.


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Mission
Our goal is to serve the public to the best of our ability using the rules and regulations promulgated by the Department of Motor Vehicle Division and the Georgia Department of Revenue Property Tax Unit and to strengthen the quality of local government through professional management.

Responsibilities
Serving as agent of the State Revenue Commissioner for the registration of motor vehicles, and performing all functions relating to billing, collecting, disbursing and accounting for all ad valorem taxes collected in Oconee County.


Frequently Asked Questions
Visit the tax website for answers to commonly asked questions