Tax Assessor

Mission Statement

The Board of Assessors provides and defends uniform fair market values on all taxable properties in Richmond County to establish an equitable digest for the State and to provide to the Augusta Commission, the Board of Education, and the Tax Commissioner, information to levy and collect property taxes.

Board of Assessors


The Richmond County Board of Assessors is an eight-member Board. Three members each appointed by the Augusta-Richmond County Commission from Super District 9 and Super District 10, and two members appointed by the Richmond County Legislative Delegation. All members are appointed to a four-year term.

The Richmond County Board of Assessors regular meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 4 p.m. in the Augusta Richmond County Municipal Building, Room 120 or Room 291. Agendas are available to the public the Friday prior to the Monday meeting, online HERE or upon request. 



Board Members


Super District 9


  • Henry Frank Middleton
  • Renee D'Antignac - Chairman
  • William Mills

Super District 10


  • Robert O'Neal - Vice Chairman
  • Lekendrea Frazier
  • James Scott

Legislative Appointments


  • Bryan Simkins
  • Robert O'Neal

Notice to Property Owners and Occupants


Pursuant to state statute O.C.G.A. 48-5-264.1 notice is provided that staff of the appraisal office conducts field checks to update property characteristics. All staff members are issued county identification badges with their photograph which should be visible at all times. Appraisal staff travels in county owned vehicles displaying county decals.

Notice in person is provided to the owner or occupant immediately upon entering the property. If no response is received, a door hanger will be left making the resident aware of the visit and information needed. Any visit requiring an interior inspection of residential improvements will be by appointment only.

Field checks occur throughout the year. Should you have questions or desire to confirm the presence of field staff you may contact the property appraisal office at (706) 821-1765. For Real Property direct your call to the Assistant Deputy of Real Estate. For Personal Property direct your call to the Assistant Deputy of Personal Property.