Revenue Payment Methods

Accepted Methods of Payment

(No Payments will be accepted over the phone.)

Cash, Check, Money Order, Credit Card, or Certified Funds
Payments by cash, check, money order, credit card (VISA & MasterCard Only), and certified funds are accepted. You may pay in person at the Cashier’s Office, First Floor, Broughton Municipal Building, 132 E. Broughton Street. Our office hours are 8:15 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

If your account is flagged with Tax Sale or Returned Item, you will not be able to pay by personal check.

Please note our Returned Check Policy consists of a $30 or five percent (5%) of the check amount (whichever is greater) fee for each returned item and includes any ACH payments. In addition, the owner of the account and possibly the writer of the check will be placed on a certified funds only basis after the second returned item.

Online Payments

To pay Real and Personal Property Taxes online with an Electronic Check: Click here

To pay your Utility Bills online using your Checking/Savings Account or your Credit or Debit Card: Click here

Your Utility bills may be automatically debited from your checking account bi-monthly on the date the payment is due. You will continue to receive a regular utility bill statement prior to the date of withdrawal. A voided check must be submitted with your completed application. Click here to download the application.

Pay By Regular Mail

Utility payments should be mailed to the following address:

Utility Services, Revenue Department, P.O. Box 1968, Savannah, GA 31402

All other payments should be mailed to the following address:

City Treasurer, Revenue Department, P.O. Box 1228, Savannah, GA 31402

Pay By Overnight Mail
Payments should be mailed to the following address:

City of Savannah Revenue Department

132 E. Broughton Street, 2nd Floor

Savannah, GA 31401

Drop Box

There is a Drop Box located outside of the Broughton Municipal Building’s main entrance which can be used to drop payments off when the building is closed.

Alcohol License Renewal
January 31st

Business Tax Renewal
January 31st

Insurance Municipal Fee
January 31st

Bank Taxes
April 1st

Property Taxes
June 1st; November 15th

Excise Taxes
20th day of the month following the Reporting Period