BOE NOTICE OF VALUE LETTERS; DISREGARD JUNE 1 DATE; SEE TUSKEGEE NEWS LEGAL NOTICE UNDERLINED BELOW (ALSO, 2022 TAX ASSESSMENT IN THE LETTER SHOULD BE: 2023 TAX ASSESSMENT) BOE Notice Tuskegee News
TAX LIEN SALE WAS MAY 16, 2023
We have a NEW PUBLIC WEBSITE. https://macon.capturecama.com. (click https for the link) Payments may be made here.
Please Note: Payment Collection at the office END at 4 pm daily but the office remains open until 4:30 pm
Online Payments Option is CLOSED UNTIL AFTER THE TAX LIEN SALE
CHAT AND SNACK EVENT PHOTOS:
Tax Lien Winners: Remember, in the Tax Lien Package, it states that you will not receive the Tax Notice. This is a financial lien on the property, therefore the owner receive the notice but you the Lien Holder has the right to pay the taxes. Please call our office to pay.
To Redeem A Property From The Tax Lien Sale, You Must Complete The Affidavit Below And Return To This Office To Begin the Redemption
Remember: Property Taxes and Homesteads are due October 1st, 2022 Delinquent after December 31st, 2022
FAQ for Tax Lien Sale
Tax Lien FAQ #1-2021 Information
NOTICE: Sale of Tax Liens for Collecting Delinquent Property Tax
Reminder for payment of property taxes. Click HERE to view the notice. Penalty after December 31st
Welcome to Our Website!
Our office is open to the public from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. We are located at 210 N. Elm Street, Courthouse Annex. We stop collecting payments at 4:00.
The goal of the Macon County Revenue Commissioner’s Office is to provide the citizens of Macon County with a web site that is easy to use. You can search our site for a wealth of information on any property in Macon County.
The information contained herein reflects the values established in the “most current published” tax digest. Please note that the Commissioner’s Office establishes values only. The Macon County Revenue Commissioner’s Office should be contacted with tax bill related questions.
Did you Know…
Macon County was created by the Alabama legislature on 1832 Dec. 18, from territory acquired from the last cession of the Creek Indians, 1832 Mar. 24. It was named for Nathaniel Macon, a distinguished soldier and statesman from North Carolina. Macon County received its present dimensions in 1866. It is located in the east-central portion of the state, and is bordered by Elmore, Tallapoosa, Lee, Russell, Bullock, and Montgomery Counties. It encompasses 614 square miles. The county seat is located at Tuskegee, which means “warrior” in the Muskhogean dialect of the Creek Indian language. Tuskegee is also the site of Tuskegee University. Other towns and communities include Shorter, Franklin, and Notasulga. The Tuskegee National Forest is located in Macon County.