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Search This Department Only. Tennessee law does not require the mailing of tax notices indicating the amount of taxes due.

Tax notices are sent out of public courtesy, and not out of legal obligation. As such owners of property are legally presumed to know that taxes are due without personal notice. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve you of the responsibility to make payment on your taxes by the due date. Monday through Friday, a. As the Franklin County Assessor Property, my primary responsibility is to provide the Franklin County taxpayers with accurate and fair appraisals of their property. It is my personal commitment to the people that this process is done in a fair and transparent manner.

Tennessee State Law mandates that the County Assessor of Property is responsible for locating and identifying all property inside the county. Additionally the Assessor is responsible for the appraisal of those properties including determining an assessed value for each property identified. The final assessment of property is calculated by applying a classification percentage defined the Tennessee Constitution.

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The appraised amount is taxed according to the rate established by the Franklin County Commission. My office staff will perform its work in an open and transparent manner while making appraisal information easily accessible to the public.

Assessor of Property

I am dedicated to providing the citizens of Franklin County with the information they need to understand the reappraisal process including their rights and responsibilities as property owners. Please contact us if you have any questions or need more information. The Assessor of Property office maintains a large amount of public information on local properties in order to correctly classify and assess them for tax purposes. While the primary purpose for these records and documents is to assist assessment personnel with their duties, this information is also used extensively by other government offices, members of the local real estate, legal and financial communities, as well as the general public.

Below are a few of the major information sources and services available at the Assessor's Office:.