Property taxes due December 31

Revenue Commissioner, George L. (Chuck) Patterson, Jr., along with his staff at the Covington County Revenue Commission is reminding residents that property tax payments are due by Dec. 31. Delinquent fees will be assessed beginning Jan. 4. The office is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is closed Dec. 23-24 and Dec. 31.

Residents who are eligible for the “Over 65” Homestead exemptions can fill out applications and return those through December 31st. Any new homeowner who wishes to add a homestead exemption to their residence must come in to sign up for that exemption by December 31st. Property owners who have made any changes to their deed will need to check to ensure all the exemptions they are qualified for are still in place after the change. Taxpayers may also inquire about applying for current use for parcels of 5-plus vacant acres or parcels with 6-plus acres with a home site.

Payments can be made through the United States Postal Service, online at, or in person at our office inside the Covington County Courthouse. Be advised there is a 2.35 percent service fee for all credit/debit card transactions.

For information or questions, our office number is 334-428-2540, or send an email to Chuck Patterson at We are happy to be serving the people of Covington County this tax season and wish everyone a happy and safe holiday.

The mailing address is as follows:

Covington County Revenue Commission

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1 North Court Square

Andalusia, AL 36420

All checks should be made payable to Covington County Revenue Commission.

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