Details for 2019 WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPERTY TAXES
2019 WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROPERTY TAXES
2019 Williamson County property taxes are due by February 29, 2020. Please visit the
Trustee's Offi ce by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, February 28th if you plan to pay your taxes in
person. The Williamson County Administrative Complex will be closed Saturday, but
we will accept a U.S. Postal Service postmark date of 2/29/20, and payments made
through our website before 10 p.m. Central Time on 2/29/20 will be considered ontime.
1. By Mail (check): P.O. Box 1365 Franklin, TN 37065
2. In the Trustee’s Offi ce (check, cash, or credit*)
1320 W. Main St., Suite 203
Franklin, TN 37064
3. At Area Bank Branches (cash or check) : Please see the back of your tax statement
for a list of banks. You will need to present your tax bill when paying at a bank, and bank
representatives cannot answer property tax questions.
4. On Our Website (electronic check or credit card*): www.williamsonpropertytax.com
*Transaction fees - E-check payments: $1.50 per transaction; credit/debit card payments
made online or in our offi ce: 2.50% of the total + 0.30 per transaction. Williamson
County does not receive any portion of the fees.
TAX RELIEF: Seniors (age 65 or older) may be eligible for tax relief and/or tax freeze
assistance. Important income and eligibility rules apply. There are also state tax relief
programs for service-connected disabled veterans and disabled homeowners. Please
contact our offi ce for more information!
*Partial payments are accepted in our offi ce, by mail, and on-line. Payments made at
bank locations must be made in full. Interest of 1.50% will be applied to all unpaid 2019
Williamson County (and city) property taxes beginning March 1, 2020, as required by
Tennessee Law (the Trustee nor any offi cial may waive any portion of property taxes
or interest due.)
Please call our offi ce at (615) 790-5709 if you have any questions, and we will be happy
to assist you.
Williamson County Trustee
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