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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Update to Revenue Commission accessibility amid coronavirus concerns

The Cullman County Commission announced today that beginning March 18, 2020, the Cullman County Courthouse and its satellites will be closed to the public through April 6. County employees will still be working their normal operating hours, however.  Any property or motor vehicle owner with questions may call the Revenue Commission office for assistance. Please…

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March motor vehicle tag renewals begin Monday, March 2. February tag renewal deadline extended due to statewide flooding

Owners whose last name begin with “C” or “E” begin their annual motor vehicle registration renewals on Monday March 2. Owners may renew car tags online at www.cullmanrevenuecommissioner.com or in person at a Revenue Commission Office or by mail until March 20.   The Alabama Department of Revenue announced on February 27, 2020 that due…

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Alabama Counts 2020 census efforts underway

Every 10 years, the U.S. Census is taken to get an accurate accounting of all residents in the country. This accounting is important for Alabama, not only because it’s required by the U.S. Constitution, but also because it determines–among other things–federal funding for education, infrastructure, healthcare, economic development, and congressional districting. “If Alabama comes back…

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