The annual 2021 Assessment Notices have been mailed out! the dates to file your appeal for 2021 is Friday May 14, 2021 to Monday June 28, 2021. If you would like to file an appeal to dispute the value, uniformity, taxability, or denial of exemption - you now have options! come into the office, submit via mail, or file online! 

To send an appeal in the mail, please submit your appeal to 901 N. Pine St. Suite 106 Springfield, GA 31329

To come in the office to file an appeal, please visit 901 N. Pine St. Suite 110 Springfield, GA 31329

To file an appeal online please click this link here. First, search for your specific property, once found click on the blue button that says "Appeal to Board of Assessors".

A copy of your Assessment Notice is also available on the qPublic website! Click the "here" link above!

News - January 15, 2021

The Effingham County Tax Assessors office will be closed Monday January 18, 2021 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and will resume normal business hours Tuesday January 19, 2021.

News - May 25, 2020

Effingham County Tax Assessors office will be re-opening to the public June 1, 2020. Our Tax Assessor Board meetings are open to the public and have re-opened in office. The option to attend our meetings virtually is still available.

News - April 29, 2020

Attention - Public Service Announcement!!

Attention Effingham County tax payers! Please click here to read our important notice regarding your assessment notices and how to file an appeal!

Virtual Monthly Board Meeting’s 

Our office is remaining closed to the public until further notice. If you would like to attend our monthly virtual Board of Tax Assessor meetings, please contact our office at (912)754-2125.

Thank you,
The Tax Assessors office

News - April 1, 2020

  • Per the Georgia Department of Revenue, the Effingham County Tax Assessors office will be accepting Conservation Use Value Assessment (CUVA) and Forest Land Use Protection Act (FLPA) applications until June 1, 2020.  
  • Link to the executive order - Click here