Background image of bridge over Savannah River.  Design content only

Mission Statement: The Chatham County Board of Assessors is to submit a timely tax digest in accordance with Georgia Law and guidelines set forth by the Department of Revenue (DOR) with a superior level of customer service that maintains confidence among the taxpayers of Chatham County.

Public Information

In order to maintain a superior level of customer service, it is the goal of the Chatham County Board of Assessors to notify the public of changes in property tax law. During the 2022 legislative season, Georgia lawmakers passed which make changes to property tax law that may affect taxpayers in Chatham County. HB 916, HB 498, HB 997, and HR 594, which make changes to property tax law that may affect taxpayers in Chatham County.

Public Notices

You are hereby notified that properly identified representatives of the Chatham County Board of Assessors may enter upon your property during normal business hours for the purposes of collecting accurate data or verifications due to permits, business licenses issued, applications for preferential assessments, return of property value, revaluations, review of sales, audits, and review of appeals. Please contact our office if you have questions.

For a list of neighborhoods under review for the current tax year Click Here.


The Role of the Assessors

El Papel de los Evaluadores

Discovery Process

 

         

Monthly Meetings

The Board of Assessors meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at 222 W. Oglethorpe Avenue, Suite 113 .
Click here for meeting minutes & agendas .

The Pete Liakakis Government Building
222 West Oglethorpe Ave., Suite 113
Savannah, GA 31401

(Entrance of Jeffereson St.)
Office Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday - Friday
(912) 652-7271 
boa@chathamcounty.org

County
Commissioners