How can I appeal my property value?

The tax value for the current year is set and cannot be appealed. All deadlines to appeal with Gwinnett County have passed. In the future, you may appeal to the Gwinnett County Board of Assessors. For more information on filing an appeal or return and the appropriate steps, please contact the Assessors’ Office at 770-822-7200. If you filed an appeal against your property assessment, you are still required to pay the bill by the due date. Once the Gwinnett County Board of Assessors or Board of Equalization makes a final decision on your appeal, please forward a copy of the decision to the City of Lawrenceville customer service team (PO Box 2200, Lawrenceville, GA 30046). The City will record the new value and process any resulting billing adjustments.

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1. When are the City of Lawrenceville property taxes due?
2. How can I appeal my property value?
3. How can I pay my taxes?
4. What methods of payments are accepted?
5. My mortgage company is responsible for paying my property taxes, what do I need to do?
6. Is there a penalty for late payment?
7. What happens if I have a returned check for my property tax payment?
8. What happens if I do not pay my City property taxes?
9. To whom do I make my check payable?
10. Where to I remit payment?
11. What is the purpose of Stormwater Fee on my tax bill and don’t I already pay this on my county water bill?
12. Can I pay my property tax bill online? How can I pay my property tax bill?
13. Is this a real bill that I have to pay? Is this a scam?
14. Why am I receiving this new property tax bill? I've never seen this before. Is this a new tax?