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Limestone sinks are common in this section which was once part of the ocean floor. A great limestone aquifer in subterranean south Georgia offers a nearly limitless fresh water supply.Thomasville is home to a "Big Oak," which has a limb spread of about 175 feet. Also, the McKinley Memorial Tree planted in 1896 as a salute to candidate William McKinley, who became the 25th President of the United States, is located in Thomasville.Bailey White, a National Public Radio essayist and author of Mama Makes Up Her Mind, is from Thomas County. This Board will continue to track sales in 2010. If the sales ratio moves outside the acceptable range of 36-44% in 2010 then an adjustment in values will be warranted for 2011.Some of the advantages of continuing to maintain current assessments are;.• It maintains uniformity among taxpayers.• Assessment reflect market value.• It puts the County in compliance with the Georgia Department of Revenue.• It is fair and understandable for taxpayers.In their effort to maintain current market values and uniformity, the Board of Tax Assessors wishes to thank the citizens of Thomas County for their continued understanding and support. Thomas County Board of Assessors.Did you know?.Thomas County was created in 1825 from portions of Decatur and Irwin counties. Georgia's 63rd county, and its county seat, Thomasville, were named for a hero of the War of 1812, General Jett Thomas. In addition to his military career, General Thomas built the first university building in Athens.Ochlocknee is named for the river flowing through Thomas County. Pavo, Latin for Peacock, was named after the first postmaster in the area.Thomasville was a popular, turn-of-the-century, winter resort for wealthy northern families. Non-residents still maintain many large estates and hunting preserves. Many of these estates are listed on the National Register of Historic Places including the Susina Plantation, the Lapham-Patterson House, Thomasville Cultural Center, Pebble Hill Plantation and Melhana Plantation. The Lapham-Patterson House is a large, Victorian house that was built by a survivor of the great fire of Chicago. He designed the house with 45 doors, 26 of which were exterior. Every room had its own fire extinguisher.
The average Sales Ratio for 2009 is 40.82%. This ratio is for all qualified sales (residential, agricultural, industrial, commercial and vacant land). If the assessment level is between 36 and 44 percent in measurements indicating uniformity exists than the over all ratio is acceptable to the Department of Revenue. In order to assure accurate calculations, Thomas County sales ratios are audited and confirmed by the Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts.The number of Property Parcels sold in 2009 is about 80% of the number of Property Parcels sold in 2008. However, the Selling Price of those 2009 properties did not follow the national trend. For whatever reason, the Selling Price of Thomas County property did not drop in 2009 compared to 2008. The information contained herein reflects the values established in the "most current published" tax digest. *Please note that the Assessors Office establishes values only. The Thomas County Tax Commissioner should be contacted with tax bill related questions.Notice to Taxpayer.In compliance with Georgia Law 48-5-264.1 requiring reasonable notice in advance of the appraisal staff visiting property while conducting official business, this notice serves to inform the property owner that obtaining a building permit and/or the filing of an appeal will require the appraisal staff to visit the property to verify property information. Prior to the property review by the Board of Assessors, members of the county appraisal staff will conduct an on-site review of the property. All members of the appraisal staff visiting your property will display Thomas County identification with a photo, and will drive marked county vehicles.Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.Attention:.Thomas County Property Owners.The Board of Tax Assessors is very aware of the impact on property values across the nation due to the recession. We have tracked sales in Thomas County for 2009 and compared those sales to the assessed value of those properties.Georgia law requires this Board to value property at the Fair Market Value and value that property uniformly. Assessment Value is 40% of the Fair Market Value. Property is determined to be valued at Fair Market Value if the average Sales Ratio (Assessment Value to Selling Price) is 40%.
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Thomasville is known for its annual Rose Festival and is nicknamed "The City of Roses". The historic Rose Weekend begins the fourth Friday in April. The annual Rose Parade and many other activities are held during the month.The Victorian Christmas Activities are held the second Thursday and Friday in December in downtown Thomasville. The Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival is held in November.Source: georgia.gov.© 2006 by The Thomas County Board of Tax Assessors &.qpublic.net.
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Thomas County Tax Assessor's Office.Search Records.Estimate Taxes.Exemptions.General Info.Welcome to the Thomas County Assessors Office Web Site!.Thomas County Tax Assessors Office.Chief Appraiser.Donald Long.101 S Broad ST.Thomasville, GA 31792.Phone: 229-225-4133.Fax: 229-225-4123.Our office is open to the public from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.The goal of the Thomas County Assessors Office is to provide the people of Thomas County with a web site that is easy to use. You can search our site for a wealth of information on any property in Thomas County. General Info. Qpublic.net.
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