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Glynn County Tax Commissioner
W. Harold Pate Courthouse Annex
1725 Reynolds Street, Suite 100
Brunswick, Ga 31520
Please write bill number and phone number on your check or money order.
The Glynn County Office of Tax Commissioner is pleased to offer residents an easy and convenient method to view and pay their real estate, personal property and mobile home bills online. These are fee-based services.
Credit Card payments
There is a $35 service fee for all chargebacks.
To avoid a return check fee of $35 you must enter correct checking/savings account information.
Current and past years' tax bills are online for payment
*American Express is not accepted for Motor Vehicle transactions.
Typically, your mortgage company will have an escrow account set aside for paying property taxes. However, we do not send bills to the mortgage holder. Although your mortgage company offers you the convenience of paying your property taxes through escrow, ultimately you must ensure your taxes are paid on time no matter who is handling the payment.
Download a copy of our "Understanding Your Property Tax Bill" here.
Partial & Late PaymentsGenerally partial payments are not accepted. However, if your account has delinquent tax, we will apply payment to the oldest bill first, then the remainder towards the next oldest tax bill if applicable. Payments made after the due date are considered late. As a result, you will be charged:
5% penalty on the principal amount past due, every 120 days, up to 20% of the bill.
Interest every month you are late.
If you do not pay your taxes at all, your property may be subject to a Fi. Fa. (tax lien) and eventually put up for tax sale. Find out more about Fi. Fa. and tax sales on our delinquent taxes page.
If your property is subject to a Fi. Fa. you will also be charged any administrative fees associated with issuing the Fi. Fa.
State law requires all bills be sent to the owner as of January 1st. If you have sold property, please forward the bill to the new owner.
If you purchased property after January 1st of the tax year you will not receive the tax bill. Look for it to be forwarded to you from the previous owner or visit us at our office to make payment.
Making Tax Payments on Property that is Not in Your Name
You may pay tax on properties that are not in your name. However, doing so does not allow you any claim of ownership to the property, regardless of how much you have paid, or how many years you have paid. Additionally, refund requests will not be honored if you change your mind.
Having your name listed on the tax receipt does not give ownership.