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  • A helpful arrangement of frequently used Cherokee County online resources
  • Commonly requested forms and documents for a variety of departments and agencies
  • Links to other sites and services often used by our residents


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  • Links to every department and agency under the jurisdiction of the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners
  • Contact information for departments with the name of the department/agency head
  • Links to common agencies not under the jurisdiction of the BOC, but which maintains close ties with us


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  • Information about and links to both the Tax Commissioner and Tax Assessor's Office. (They are very different organizations)
  • Quick links to both the Paying your Taxes online and the Real Estate Search applications.
  • Information about Homestead Exemptions
  • Information about Property Taxes, Millage Rates, and Car Tags


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  • A page listing every judicial and court system in Cherokee County with a brief introduction to what they cover
  • Quick links to Jury Duty Information, Traffic Citation Payments, Court Calendars, Deeds and Records Search, Passport Information, and a lot more


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  • Ways to contact the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners, Department and Agency Heads, and State Agencies and Offices
  • Directions to all County Facilities
  • Quick Link to Finding Your Commissioner
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Tax Commissioner's Office

News and Announcements

The City of Holly Springs residents county fire tax that is usually collected by the City of Holly Springs will be collected by the County Tax Commission for 2023.  In 2024 the fire tax will be included with the City of Holly Springs tax bill as it has been in the past.

Posted: Sep-12-2023 | view story

Motor Vehicle Car Tags


The Tax Commissioner is responsible for the registration of motor vehicles and the collection of all registration fees, taxes and penalties specified by Georgia Law.  Title Ad valorem taxes or Ad Valorem taxes, if due, are collected when the vehicle is registered.

All motor vehicles 1986 and newer must be titled (not applicable to trailers weighing less than 2000 lbs.)

Vehicles purchased from an individual or business (not a dealership) must be registered within 7 days of the purchase date.

Vehicles purchased from a dealership or individual must be registered within 30 days of the purchase date or late fees and penalties will apply.

Individuals moving to Georgia have 30 calendar days after establishing their residency to register their vehicles. However, if your out-of-state registration is not current, you should come to the Cherokee County Tag office as soon as possible.


Online Service Center for Tags - Click here

-Renew Tags          -Cancel Registration          -Change Address

-Insurance Fine      -TAVT Estimator                -Insurance Status

-Title Status           -Pre Apply for Tag and Title



Renewal Options 

 1.)    kisok1    kiosk2

      See a list of all Kiosk in the State here.

2.) Online at DRIVES e-services

3.)    Mail your renewal to 2780 Marietta Hwy, Canton, GA 30114

4.)    Visit one of our two locations.

 ***A Valid Georgia driver's license or Georgia Identification card is required as personal identification when you title or register or make other changes to your account. Georgia Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle Division uses the Georgia driver's license number as an account number so that all vehicles owned or leased by an individual can be consolidated in one account.

  **An important note to remember when titling a vehicle - motor vehicles are covered under the privacy act in Georgia and no one but the registered owner can process transactions for the vehicle. If the vehicle is in a spouses name you will not be able to process transactions on that vehicle unless you have a limited Power of Attorney.***  




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