The Hall County Tax Commissioner’s Office will be open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, to prepare for a statewide outage of car registration services later in May.
All titling and registration services will be available to people and dealerships on May 18.
"For the convenience of our residents with May or June birthdays or business renewals, we offer this additional day of service as we urge renewals be done by Monday, May 20th prior to a week of limited or no service," Darla Eden, Hall County Tax Commissioner, said in a statement.
The office is located at the Hall County Government Center at 2875 Browns Bridge Road in Gainesville.
From May 23 through May 27, titling and registration payments will be unavailable statewide as the Georgia Department of Revenue installs a new registration and titling system. The Hall County Tax Commissioner’s Office will not be able to process vehicle tags and titles or business renewals during that time.
The self-service kiosk at Kroger Marketplace on Jesse Jewell Parkway and online renewals will be unavailable from May 21 through May 29.
The county will still be able to process property tax payments.
The Department of Driver Services will not be affected, and law enforcement will have access to the records system through a backup file.
People can renew their tags up to 59 days before their birthday.
The new system is expected to go online May 30.
People can renew their tags five ways:
Go to the Hall County Tax Commissioner’s Office (inside lobby or outside secure drop-box - 2875 Browns Bridge Road, Gainesville)
By mail (P.O. Box 1579 - Gainesville, GA 30503)
Visit the kiosk inside the Kroger Marketplace (1931 Jesse Jewell Parkway, Gainesville)
Go online (hallcountytax.org or https://mvd.dor.ga.gov/tags/)
Phone-in (877-496-0249 or 770-531-6950)