Search free Cherokee County, AL property, land, and tax records through local government assessors, auditors, clerks, property appraisers, deeds recorders, treasurers, tax collectors, city halls, and town halls.
The Cherokee County Assessor is responsible for determining the value of property in order to determine Cherokee County property taxes. The Cherokee County Assessment Office collect data from on-site inspections, value assessments for construction or improvements, comparable sales, and calculations of depreciation. The Cherokee County Tax Assessor maintains current data on every parcel in the Cherokee County, which includes ownership information, maps of property lines, inventories of parcels and structures, and the value of all the property in the Cherokee County, AL. The Cherokee County Assessor’s Office can answer questions regarding Cherokee County property tax appeals and assessments, Cherokee County property tax rates and payment due dates.
Cherokee County Revenue Commission Centre AL 260 Cedar Bluff Road 35960 256-927-5527
The Cherokee County Clerk files important documents and preserves municipal records in order to maintain an archive of Cherokee County property records that can be accessed by the public. The Clerk's Office is a valuable source of information on property in Cherokee County, Alabama. The Cherokee County Clerk's Office contains documentation on real estate excise taxes, registered land, and property transactions, as well as land documents including Cherokee County deeds, mortgages, and liens on properties.
Cherokee County Clerk Centre AL 100 West Main Street 35960 256-927-3637
The Cherokee County Recorders of Deeds maintain public records, particularly documents related to property and land records, and make them available for public access in Cherokee County, AL. The Office of Recorder of Deeds in Cherokee County is a valuable source of information on property records The Recorder of Deeds maintains documents on land transactions within its jurisdictions, including Cherokee County deeds and titles, mortgages, property ownership records, surveys, and easements, as well as tax liens.
Cherokee County Recorder of Deeds Centre AL 260 Cedar Bluff Road 35960 256-927-3363
Cherokee County Town Halls and City Hall are the chief administrative offices that runs the town or city. The Town Hall or City Hall often maintains records related to the locality, including Cherokee County property taxes, property value assessments, and land transactions, as well as property sales and transfers in Cherokee County, Alabama.
Cedar Bluff City Hall Cedar Bluff AL 3420 Spring Street 35959 256-779-7284
Leesburg Town Hall Leesburg AL 215 Industrial Boulevard 35983 256-526-8890
Sand Rock Town Hall Sand Rock AL 1925 Sand Rock Avenue 35983 256-523-5898
The Cherokee County Treasurer and Tax Collector’s Office is responsible for the collection of Cherokee County property tax revenue. The Treasurer and Tax Collector maintains current Cherokee County property tax information including Cherokee County property ownership information, GIS Maps, tax maps, historical property tax rates, lists of sold parcels, and is also charged with the sale of properties due to a default on taxes in Cherokee County, Alabama.
Cherokee County Revenue Commissioner's Office Centre AL 260 Cedar Bluff Road 35960 256-927-5527