Cedar Springs Assessor

Find Cedar Springs Georgia assessor, assessment, auditor's, and appraiser's office, revenue commissions, GIS, and tax equalization departments. Assessors provide information on property and land tax assessment, property listings, values, valuations, property search, and records.


Seminole County Assessor's Office 200 South Knox Avenue Donalsonville GA 39845 13.3 miles from Cedar Springs 229-524-5831


Early County Assessor's Office 15157 River Street Blakely GA 39823 14.2 miles from Cedar Springs 229-723-3088

Houston County Revenue Commission 412 North Foster Street Dothan AL 36303 21.5 miles from Cedar Springs 334-677-4713

Clay County Tax Assessors 210 Washington Street Fort Gaines GA 39851 28.9 miles from Cedar Springs 229-768-2000

Jackson County Appraiser's Office 4445 Lafayette Street Marianna FL 32446 30.8 miles from Cedar Springs 850-482-9646

Decatur County Assessor's Office PO Box 1106 Bainbridge GA 39818 33.5 miles from Cedar Springs 229-248-3008

Calhoun County Assessor's Office PO Box 1 Morgan GA 39866 35.1 miles from Cedar Springs 229-849-4685

Dale County Revenue Commission 100 Court Square Ozark AL 36360 40.5 miles from Cedar Springs 334-774-2226

Washington County Appraiser's Office 1331 South Boulevard Chipley FL 32428 41.7 miles from Cedar Springs 850-638-6205

Baker County Tax Equalization 162 Baker Place Newton GA 39870 41.8 miles from Cedar Springs 229-734-3012

Randolph County Assessor's Office PO Box 344 Cuthbert GA 39840 42.7 miles from Cedar Springs 229-732-2522

What is an Assessor?

An assessor determines the values of properties in a local jurisdiction, such as a county or state. This assessment is then used to determine the taxable value of each property and the corresponding property tax amount. An assessor works with an auditor's office or local revenue commission to determine real estate and property value increases and decreases. The department may work with an appraiser's office on new construction projects to produce property and land tax assessments.

Assessors use a variety of GIS maps and tax equalization tools to determine valuations within their specific boundaries. The assessor determines which properties are exempt from property taxes and ensures that taxpayers aren't overburdened, as well as ensuring that properties aren't undervalued or overvalued. Assessors may provide valuable information for related property searches.