At the Henry County Assessment Office, with integrity and the heart of a servant, we maintain the property records of all parcels and strive to equitably assess each at the level prescribed by law.
The Assessment Office plays an important role in your local government. The office is responsible for just over 31,000 parcels with a total assessed value of $1,202.617,329.
The office keeps and maintains a large amount of information to assist in the assessment process such as:
- Owner name and address
- Property sales data
- Physical Characteristics and general information on all buildings-square footage, age, condition, number of plumbing fixtures, photos and sketches
- Parcel maps
In the News
The maximum household income to qualify for the Senior Freeze for has increased from $55,000 to $65,000. If your total household income is $65,000 or less and you have never qualified for the exemption, please complete the form found on this site or call the office.
The 2023 Senior Freeze forms were mailed in January 2023 to all property owners who qualified for the exemption in 2022.
- How is my property’s assessment determined?
- Will I be notified if my assessment is going to be changed?
- What is the "quad year" or "general reassessment year"?
- How can I compare the assessed value of my property to the assessed values of similar homes in my area?
- What should I do if I think my property is over-assessed?