Holocaust survivors remembered on this date in history: January 27

January 27, 2021 marks the 76th anniversary of the date Holocaust survivors’ liberation from concentration camps in Auchwitz, Poland.  The United States and world leaders observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day annually on January 27 to commemorate the date when Russian troops entered the first camp at Auschwitz to discover thousands of starving prisoners, murder victims,…

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December 28, 2020 update: important changes to standard “on time” payments for 2020 tax year

The Cullman County Revenue Commission is open today through Wednesday, December 30, 2020 for all your tag, title, and property tax needs, from assessment and appraisal to collections.   “ON TIME” 2020 property tax payments will be accepted via mail with a postmark of December 31, 2020. In person and online payments will be accepted…

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Cullman County announces its December 2020 holiday schedule

On December 15, 2020, the Cullman County Commission approved a New Year’s Eve holiday closure in addition to the previously scheduled holidays for December 2020. All Cullman County offices, including the Cullman Revenue Commission, will be closed the following dates. Any deadlines, such as the normal end of year deadline for online property tax payments,…

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Alabama Department of Revenue extends motor vehicle registration deadline through July 17

The Alabama Department of Revenue Commissioner has issued an additional order extending the March, April, May, and June motor vehicle registration renewals through July 17, 2020. Please note, this extension only applies to vehicles that should have been registered/renewed in March, April, May, or June 2020 and only if the licensing office was closed at any time…

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In-person Revenue Commission activities resume May 13, 2020

The Cullman County Commission on Tuesday approved the resumption of customer-facing transactions in all its public locations beginning May 13, 2020. Social distancing guidelines will remain in place throughout all locations, and hand hygiene stations have been set up in the Cullman County Courthouse for guests. The Revenue Commission offices at the Cullman County Courthouse,…

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What happens if you have a new car and need to transfer a tag?

Many of the inquiries to the Revenue Commissioner during this time of Coronavirus closings pertain to motor vehicle purchases and either 1) transferring a car tag or 2) obtaining a brand new tag.  Remember, the Alabama Department of Revenue has extended the deadline to register new vehicles, so that any customer will have a 20…

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Revenue Commission drop box is available for tag and property customers

While the Cullman County Courthouse is closed to the public through April 6, the Revenue Commission drop box outside the Cullman County Courthouse is available for customers with tag renewals (include your checks) and customers with delinquent property tax payments (certified funds only). Tags and delinquent property tax payments may be made online except in…

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LifeSouth Community Blood Centers drive March 25

BLOOD_DRIVE With many closings due to the cornonavirus scare, fewer people are making blood drives, and the supply in area hospitals has reached a critical level. To assist our fellow community members, a blood drive will be held at the Cullman County Courthouse on Wednesday, March 25. The bus is a critical resource, and the…

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