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Scam Alert

June 9, 2022
Residents of Davidson County have recently been receiving letters that ask for a payment in order for the resident to obtain a copy of their recorded deed. These letters have been seen in Gibson County in the past and could possibly resurface here. If you receive one of these letters, please know it is NOT from our office or from any other office in the courthouse. IT IS A SCAM.
To see an example of these scam letters, click here.

Best of the Best

April 6, 2022
We would like to congratulate our Property Assessor, Gary Paschall, for winning 2022 Best of the Best County Official from the Tri-City Reporter!

Greenbelt Applications

March 17, 2022
If you purchased property eligible for the Greenbelt Program between January 1, 2021 - December 31, 2010 and have not turned in your application yet, please return it to our office ASAP.
These applications were due March 15, 2022, and you will be receiving a final reminder stating that there will be a late fee for this application. The application, recording fee, and late fee are due by April 18, 2022. Failure to return this by April 18 will result in Rollback taxes being assessed.
If you have any questions, please contact our office at 731-855-7634. Thank you.

Storm Damage

December 13, 2021
We have started assessing damage from Friday night's storms. If you live anywhere in Gibson County and have damage to any buildings on your property (houses, sheds, garages, etc.), please contact our office at 731-855-7634 or [email protected] We are compiling a list of areas to review. It is important for us to have a correct assessment of your property for tax purposes. Thank you. Our thoughts are prayers are still with those who were affected by this tragedy.

Christmas Contest

November 30, 2021
Our employees completed the pole for the Adopt a Downtown Light Pole contest. To see our pole and the other downtown poles, click here!

Employees Complete Training Program

August 2, 2021
We would like to congratulate Rebecca Lee and Taylor Allmon!
Rebecca and Taylor have completed their County Officials Certificate Training Program and are now Certified Public Administrators.

Mayo Chosen as Chief Deputy of the Year

March 23, 2021
We are proud to announce that Tammy Mayo was chosen as the West Tennessee Chief Deputy of the Year! Even through the hardships and unsureness that 2020 brought, Tammy stayed focused on her job and persisted as we all knew she could! Congratulations, Tammy!

Contest Winners

December 7, 2020
Our pole won First Place in the People's Choice category! We had so much fun creating this and bringing some Christmas cheer to the town.
To see the complete list of winners, click here.

Employees Complete Training Program

November 23, 2020
We would like to congratulate Vonna Pauls and Tammy Mayo!
Vonna and Tammy have completed their County Officials Certificate Training Program and are now Certified Public Administrators.
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Swearing In

August 26, 2020
The Gibson County Property Assessor and Deputy Assessors took an oath of office on August 26, 2020.