Cherokee County Tax Department

Search for Cherokee County AL tax departments. A tax department search can provide information on federal taxes, state taxes, and local taxes, including property taxes, property tax assessments, tax deadlines, tax payment plans, tax refunds, unpaid taxes, delinquent taxes, and tax liens.


A Treasurer and Tax Collector in Cherokee County Alabama is responsible for collecting local taxes and disbursing these funds, including property taxes. Cherokee County Treasurers and Tax Collectors maintain a number of tax-related records, including property tax assessments, parcel numbers, local tax assessments, appraisal values, and information on individuals with delinquent taxes. These Cherokee County tax departments may provide information on tax payment plans, tax refunds, tax liens, and foreclosures. Some offices also handle business taxes and licensing as well as vehicle taxes and registration. Treasurers and Tax Collectors provide a range of Cherokee County tax information and services, which are accessible through their website.

Cherokee County Revenue Commissioner's Office Centre AL 260 Cedar Bluff Road 35960 256-927-5527


A Clerk in Cherokee County Alabama operates at the county or local level of government to maintain public records for their jurisdiction. In addition to keeping vital records like marriage licenses and birth certificates, Cherokee County Clerk's Offices also have a number of tax-related records and provide services related to taxes. This includes records on property tax assessments, paid and unpaid taxes, delinquent taxes, and tax liens. Cherokee County Clerk tax departments may also provide information on tax payment plans, tax refunds, and local foreclosures. In addition, some Clerk's Offices handle Cherokee County business taxes and licenses as well as vehicle taxes and registration. Clerks provide access to many of their services and records online.

Cherokee County Clerk Centre AL 100 West Main Street 35960 256-927-3637


An Assessor in Cherokee County Alabama works for the county or local government to determine the appraisal value of taxable property within its jurisdiction. This information is used to assess the taxes, including property taxes, owed by residents. Cherokee County Assessors provide a number of tax-related services, including parcel searches, tax payment plans, tax refunds, and liens. The Cherokee County tax department may also keep records on foreclosures, properties with delinquent taxes, and tax payments, as well as property tax assessments and property tax payment schedules. Assessors provide access to many of their services and records online.

Cherokee County Revenue Commission Centre AL 260 Cedar Bluff Road 35960 256-927-5527