Welcome!

The Jones County Assessor’s Office has updated its website to provide the citizens of Jones County with a website that is user friendly and contains current relevant information of properties and taxpayer programs.  Our office strives every day to be fair and equitable to the taxpayers of Jones County while providing excellent customer service to all that need our assistance.

Property Values reflects the “most current published” tax digest. The Assessor’s Office establishes Tax Assessment values only. The Jones County Tax Commissioner’s Office should be contacted at 478-986-6538 with tax bill and motor vehicle related questions.

Jones County, the 30th county formed in Georgia, was created in 1807. Originally part of Baldwin County, it was named for James Jones, an early Georgia Congressman and a member of the State Constitutional Convention of 1798.

Meet: Anthony (Tony) George, Chief Appraiser

Welcome everyone to the Jones County Tax Assessors website. I come to Jones County as the Chief Appraiser (Appraiser IV) with some 23+ years of experience in the Tax Assessment field and I was appointed by the Board of Tax Assessors in December 2016. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me directly. anthonygeorge@jonescountyga.org

The  town of Gray was created in 1905 and  originally known as James in honor of the man whose land it was on, James H. Blount. It was changed to Gray to honor James Madison Gray, a major financier of the Confederacy.

Jones County is also the home of legendary blues singer Otis Redding who resided at the “Big O” ranch and recently in September 2017 had the Otis Redding Memorial Bridge dedicated in his name. The Otis Redding Memorial Bridge joins the Otis Redding Memorial Marker, which is located at the corner of Highway 11 and Highway 129, in downtown Gray, Ga. near -The Station.