How Are My Tax Dollars Spent?
Current RatesFor the tax year 2022 the property tax rate for the City of Gallatin is $0.8001 per $100 of assessed value.
Pay Your Taxes
Tennessee state law does not require the mailing of tax notices. Failure to receive a tax notice does not relieve the responsibility of payment, nor is this a reason for interest and penalty charges to be dismissed if the tax bill becomes delinquent.
All property taxes, real and personal, are are due by the last day of February and shall become delinquent March 1st of each year.
Tax notices for real and personal property are mailed out to property owners as recorded by deed on January 1st of that taxing year.
You may pay taxes without penalty and interest through the last day of February each year. However, if you wish to use this deduction on your IRS tax return, payment will need to be made by December 31st.
Up to five partial payments may be made toward property taxes. Any unpaid portion will be subject to interest beginning March 1st.
Tax information is sent to any mortgage company that requests information to pay taxes.
Property Tax Assessments
Property Tax Assessments are made by the Sumner County Tax Assessor's Office.
If you have any questions about the appraisal of your property or need to change the mailing address for your tax notices, please contact the Sumner County Tax Assessor's Office.
Property Tax Freeze
Contact the Sumner County Trustee for a list of required documentation and qualifications at 615-452-1260.
Property Tax Relief
The State of Tennessee provides Tax Relief for the elderly (age 65 and over) and the disabled. To view the criteria that must be met in order to qualify please click here.
The City of Gallatin and Sumner County both offer this program.