Tax Assessor / Collector
Visit the Yadkin County Alert Center at https://www.yadkincountync.gov/AlertCenter.aspx
The Yadkin County Tax and Land Records office will remain open to continue serving the public. Please follow these precautionary measures to reduce the risk of spreading the virus.
-Call ahead and schedule an appointment.
Yadkin County Tax Office 336-849-7903
We may be able to assist you with our online services or by directing your questions to the appropriate department.
-If you need to visit our office please follow the precautionary methods established. If you do not feel well, please remain sheltered and in place.
During this time keep in mind it is important to avoid crowds. Remember there are many ways to obtain information or pay bills in the comfort of your home or from your cell phone.
The Tax office is currently open, Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
General Information. Call the Tax Office at 336-849-7903.
Paying Tax Bills. Online payments may be made at : http://www.ccpaymentservice.com/
You may also pay by phone by dialing 866-249-4184.
Land Parcel Information. Printable parcel maps and tax record cards.
Deed work. Please consult with your attorney.
Register of Deeds https://www.yadkincountync.gov/83/Register-of-Deeds
Tax Office Responsibilities
The Yadkin County tax administrator is responsible for listing, appraising, and assessing all real estate and personal property and the collection of taxes due on that property.
The office also:
- Processes applications for any exemptions or exclusions that may be granted under state law
- Maintains up-to-date records of property ownership and property maps
- Provides for the assignments of E-911 property addresses
Property Tax vs. Sales Tax
Property Taxes are assessed based on how much property you own. Not all residents in Yadkin County own property.
Sales and Use Taxes are generated from monetary transactions. Residents and visitors to Yadkin County participate in monetary transactions.
In North Carolina, the taxable value of property is the true market value. To appraise property the methods used are those prescribed by N.C.G.S 105-283 Uniform Appraisal Standards:
"All property, real and personal, shall as far as practicable be appraised or valued at its true market value in money. When used in this subchapter, the words "true value" shall be interpreted as meaning market value, the price estimated in terms of money at which the property would change hands between a willing and financial able buyer and a willing seller, neither being under any compulsion to buy or sell and both having reasonable knowledge of all the uses to which the property is adapted and for which it is capable of being used. For the purposes of this section the acquisition of an interest in land by an entity having the power of eminent domain with respect to the interest acquired shall not be considered competent evidence of the true value in money of comparable land."