The Tax Commissioner's Office is open from
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday.
The Tax Commissioner’s Office is responsible for:
- Vehicle tags and titles (We accept cash and local checks, money orders, and cashiers' checks)
- Mobile home permits & titles (We accept cash, checks, money orders, and cashiers checks)
- Handicap Placards
- Ad valorem taxes on vehicles, mobile homes, and property
We have property tax digest available for several prior years, as well as the current year, for public use.
This site was created to provide Camden County taxpayers accurate and timely information on property taxes, and the titling and registration of motor vehicles and mobile homes.
Because this information is introductory in nature, it is by no means complete. Detailed inquires about specific tax matters are best handled by contacting the appropriate Department of Camden County.
Please feel free to make comments and recommendations for improvement in the services and content provided by this website, as we are here to serve and help the taxpayer. If you cannot find what you need, please call us at 912-576-3248.
The overall goal of the Office of the Tax Commissioner is to provide effective and accountable tax administration to the citizens of Camden County in a fair and courteous manner.
The Property Tax Division is involved in the preparation of the digest, collection of ad valorem tax on real and personal property, disbursements of these collections to the levying authorities, and final audit of these transactions.
The Delinquent Tax Division’s mission is to maximize collection of ad valorem tax by working with taxpayers in financial difficulty and maintaining an on-going levy program. We use all legal measures to collect delinquent tax from those who willfully refuse to pay.
Our goal is to provide accurate information in a timely and courteous manner. If we fail to meet your expectations, please contact the Tax Commissioner.
Online Transaction Information
The Transportation Funding Act, Effective - July 1, 2015.
This new law effects those with Alternative Fuel Vehicles and vehicles weighing over 15,500 pounds. You may find more information on the Department of Revenue website.