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Tax Department

Courthouse Building
101 Mitchell St,
PO Box 2321,
Bryson City, NC  28713

Contact:

Rodney Morrow – Property Tax Assessor
(828) 488-9273 ext 2380

Jessica Danner – Real Estate Appraiser
(828) 488-9273 ext 2381

Dawn Zalva – Tax Assistant 1
(828) 488-9273 ext 2221

 

April Hampton – Tax Collector

(828) 488-9273 ext 2216

Beverley Anthony – Tax Assistant 1
(828) 488-9273 ext 2220

Kim Dossey – Tax Assistant 1
(828) 488-9273 ext 2224

The Swain County Tax Office includes the assessing of property values and property reappraisal.

Resources 

Swain County Online Maps

Online Tax Cards

 

The Swain County Board of Commissioners determines the tax rate each year before June 30. The tax values, multiplied by the tax rate, generate the revenue necessary to meet the costs of services to you, the citizen. You may visit the Assessor’s office with more specific questions or call 828-488-9273.

Information about property taxes, property tax exemptions, elderly/disabled exemptions, present use value, property tax laws, and personal/business personal listings is available by a visit to our office or by telephone.

Personal and Business Listing forms are mailed by January 1 each year. Personal listing forms are for single-wide mobile homes, double-wide mobile homes (not listed as real), vehicles not tagged, boats, houseboats, etc. Business personal forms are for anyone owning a business to list the taxable property with the county.

Tax bills for real estate, business person, and personal property are mailed in July of each year and are due September 1 with interest beginning after January 5 of the following year. Motor vehicles are billed with your license plate renewal. Taxes can be paid online with a credit card at WebFeePay or by calling 828-488-9273 – x 2220 or x 2224. (There will be a processing fee charged at the time of the transaction.)

The primary purpose of a reappraisal is to provide fair and equitable property values among all classes of property. North Carolina law requires each county to conduct a reappraisal every eight years. Swain County’s last reappraisal was completed on January 1, 2021.

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