- Property Tax
THANKS FOR MAKING THE CITY OF LILBURN YOUR HOME!
REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY:
- The City of Lilburn is responsible for billing, collecting and disbursing City property taxes. The Lilburn City Council approved & adopted a resolution June 14, 2021 that authorized city staff to perform billing and collection services for ad valorem property taxes, streetlight and solid waste fees and adopted the billing date of September 15, 2021 and that the collection of said bill is due to the City of Lilburn November 15, 2021. Property includes not only real estate but also personal property; boats, airplanes, and business assets. Tax amounts are calculated using values that are determined by the Gwinnett County Tax Assessor’s Office and the millage rate set by the City Council (2021= 4.43 mils).
- FIFA notices for any unpaid taxes due the previous year as of March 30 will be sent to Gwinnett County Superior Court on taxes as of July 30th.
- 2021 Property Tax notices will be mailed out September 15, 2021 and due in full by November 15, 2021.
- Current amount due can be found online at https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/lilburnga or contact the property tax phone number at (770) 279-3705.
- If you are a new property owner and do not receive a City of Lilburn 2021 tax notice by October 1, 2021 email email@example.com or call (770) 279-3705. You should have available the map/parcel number or your property address.
- Mail checks to the City of Lilburn, 340 Main Street, Lilburn, GA 303047.
- Cash, Credit/Debit cards, money orders and checks are accepted
- A payment drop box is located at Police Headquarters (4600 Lawrenceville Highway) just inside the front double doors for after-hour payment by CHECK ONLY. (Be sure to enclose the remittance stub to ensure that your account is properly credited.)
- Property lookup and online payments are available for commercial and personal property parcels at https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/lilburnga. For example, R0000 000 or R0000A000. Convenience fees are added by a third party vendor for online payments.
OTHER HELPFUL LINKS:
Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner at www.gwinnetttaxcommissioner.com
Gwinnett County Tax Assessor at
Georgia General Assembly – Georgia Code at www.legis.state.ga.us
WHEN Cityoflilburn.com/payonline is highlighted the citizen should be forwarded to the following link: