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Yes. In accordance with State law, accounts not paid by the due date will accrue interest monthly at an annualized rate equal to the bank prime loan rate (posted by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) plus 3% until the taxes are paid in full. For the purposes of this interest calculation, any period of less than one month shall be considered to be one month. In addition, a 5% penalty on the unpaid taxes will be imposed every 120 days after the due date up to the maximum amounts allowed by law (aggregate amount of penalties shall not exceed 20% of the principal amount of the taxes originally due). Penalty and interest charges shall not be waived, regardless of the reason for the delinquent payment.
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Current year (2022) property taxes are due on November 1, 2022. Prior year property taxes are due immediately.
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.
For your convenience, you may pay by any of the following methods:
PO Box 220SProperty TaxLawrenceville, GA 30046Please make check(s) payable to City of Lawrenceville
Lawrenceville City HallFinance DepartmentMonday – Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
Cash, check, money order, certified check, or credit card (Visa or MasterCard).
Forward a copy of the tax bill to your mortgage company to ensure there will be no delay in payment processing.
A return check fee equal to $30.00 will be assessed and potential late fees and penalties
Any unpaid property taxes will be subject to the issuance of a FiFa (lien) in accordance with State law, O.C.G.A. §48-3-3, which may result in the sale of the FiF.
Please make checks payable to “City of Lawrenceville”
Please mail your payments to:
City of Lawrenceville PO Box 2200 Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046
The Stormwater fee is for the regular maintenance and required upgrades for drainage structures and systems maintained by the City of Lawrenceville. The Stormwater fee is for managing water that leaves your property; however, the County water bill is for water provided to your home for drinking, etc.
Your Property Tax Bill can be paid online through the Customer Self Service portal.
Your tax bill is not a scam. The City of Lawrenceville began billing its own property taxes in 2021. If you review your County Tax bill, it indicates the City is billing its own property taxes for 2022.
This is not a new tax. The City of Lawrenceville has billed property taxes since 1991. In recent years, the City tax property tax bill was included on the Gwinnett County Tax bill. This process changed in 2021, and the City of Lawrenceville is now billing its own property taxes.