Motor vehicle license plates for retired and disabled military or Distinguished Flying Cross recipients change in 2018

REMINDER: The Alabama Department of Revenue announced a redesign of motor vehicle license plates for retired military personnel, including disabled veterans and recipients of the Distinguished Flying Cross. The redesign coincides with a new process for purchasing those license plates, effective January 1, 2018. 1. All owners of military license plates will be issued new…

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Revenue Commission announces important delinquent property tax information

NOTICE FROM CULLMAN COUNTY REVENUE COMMISSIONER OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SELECTION OF METHOD FOR COLLECTING DELINQUENT PROPERTY TAXES Revenue Commissioner Barry Willingham, the Tax Collecting Official for Cullman County, has been vested with the sole authority to select whether Cullman County, Alabama shall utilize the method of tax lien auction or tax lien sale to collect…

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Cullman County appraisal valuation notice complete

The appraised valuations of all property listed for taxation in Cullman County have been fixed as provided by law and filed in my office according to Sec. 40-30-20, 1975 Code of Alabama.  The Board of Equalization and Adjustment will hear protest on any of these valuations provided these protests are filed in writing by August…

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July motor vehicle tag renewals: last names beginning with "P" or "L"

If your last name begins with the letters “P” or “L,” then July is your renewal month for motor vehicle license plates. Beginning on *Sunday, July 1 vehicle owners may renew their motor vehicle tags online, and in person on Monday, July 2. Staff at the Cullman Revenue Commission are unable to provide tag renewal information…

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Revenue Commissioner to visit area senior centers: over-age 65 homestead exemptions explained

It’s time for the annual registration or renewal of homestead exemptions for folks over age 65. Property owners over age 65 can qualify for an extra ad valorem tax discount on their homesteads, but they must register for it per Alabama law. To explain it all, Cullman’s Revenue Commissioner, Barry Willingham, is speaking at all…

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Three weeks remain until annual land tax sale

This year's annual land tax sale is Tuesday, May 3, 2016 (for unpaid 2015 property taxes). While the land tax sale begins at 10:00 a.m. in the County Commission meeting room of the Cullman County Courthouse, all bidders must check in at the Revenue Commission office prior to the sale to register and to obtain a bid…

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Another new year has begun

Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man. — Benjamin Franklin Every year,  ad valorem taxes for all properties are due October 1 and payable through December 31.  This means unpaid property taxes are considered delinquent on January 1, and penalties and interest accrue…

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Cullman County, Alabama: talent lives here

Photography, as a powerful medium of expression and communications, offers an infinite variety of perception, interpretation and execution.  Ansel Adams Do you have images of Cullman County areas and Cullman City that you’d like to see published on the Cullman County Revenue web site or the Cullman County Facebook page? If so, contact the Revenue office…

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