Fulton Tax Assessments Update

Special Committee Meeting & Public Input

Let your voice be heard and learn about the status of the current Fulton Tax Assessment debacle and potential solutions.

State Senator John Albers has called a special meeting of the Georgia Senate State & Local Government Operations Committee.  It will take place Monday, June 19th from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. allowing all to participate (accommodating work schedules) and discuss the Fulton County Tax Assessments. The meeting will be held at Roswell City Hall. Public comment about your Fulton Tax issue is welcome and valuable to find solutions.

From Albers:

“As one of the 320,000 residences who received a tax assessment this week, I was shocked and dismayed by the 22 percent jump in my property value. This new increase is a whopping $90,000 higher than any home that has ever sold in my neighborhood’s history. Shortly after the assessments went out, the phone calls, emails,  and texting started. I am not the only one to receive countless complaints and am witnessing a consistent theme of massive increases across the board with little or no rationale. It is clear that the Fulton County taxation process is broken.”

WHEN: Monday, June 19th @ 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

WHERE: Roswell City Hall, 38 Hill Street


If you feel your property assessment is inaccurate, please be sure to appeal. You can file your appeal electronically or manually with the following link: HERE