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They can be found at: The Office of Vital Records, Tennessee Department of Health 421 Fifth Ave. N. Nashville, TN 37247 Ph: (615) 741-1763 Website
You will find information regarding your property on the State of Tennessee website for online appraisal and assessment information or you can call us at (731) 423-6063 and provide your street address to learn of your property’s current market value and description. You may also visit our office at:
100 E. Main St.
Our office is located on the third floor in the County Courthouse.
If you still do not agree with the appraisal you may appear before the Madison County Board of Equalization which meets the first week to 10 days of June each year. Appointments are accepted during the month of May each year. Please contact our office @ (731) 423-6063
While taxes are not paid in this office, we receive calls about this almost everyday. ANSWER: Taxes cannot be paid early. Tax Notices regarding your property should be received the by the first week of October each year. Any paperwork regarding the payment of taxes due at closing is typically an estimation especially if the closing is prior to October 1st of that tax year. We encourage you to contact your closing attorney regarding tax payment responsibilities. Please contact the Madison County Trustees office at (731)-423-6027 and/or the City of Jackson Revenue Office at (731)-425-8210 for information regarding property taxes. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE IF YOU MOVE OR CHANGE YOUR MAILING ADDRESS
Yes. All residential homes (dwellings) erected inside of the boundaries of Madison County must be constructed in accordance with the latest current adopted building codes. Please contact us if you are considering this type of construction for specific requirements.
There are three ways of filing a request for action.
Your request will be investigated as soon as possible by a Code Enforcement Officer. Life / Safety issues take priority over nuisance complaints. All complaints are investigated to verify if a State or County Resolution has been violated.
If purchased from an individual, we will only need the former owner's title properly signed over to the new owner. If the owner is coming into Tennessee from another state, we will need the title from their home state.
Should the vehicle not be paid for, we will need the current registration and the name and address of the bank or credit union that is holding their title. Sales tax will be collected by this office on those vehicles that have not been paid for.
Unfortunately the Highway Department does not provide this service.