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  • A helpful arrangement of frequently used Cherokee County online resources
  • Commonly requested forms and documents for a variety of departments and agencies
  • Links to other sites and services often used by our residents

DEPARTMENTS

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  • Links to every department and agency under the jurisdiction of the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners
  • Contact information for departments with the name of the department/agency head
  • Links to common agencies not under the jurisdiction of the BOC, but which maintains close ties with us

TAX PAYERS

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  • Information about and links to both the Tax Commissioner and Tax Assessor's Office. (They are very different organizations)
  • Quick links to both the Paying your Taxes online and the Real Estate Search applications.
  • Information about Homestead Exemptions
  • Information about Property Taxes, Millage Rates, and Car Tags

COURT SYSTEM

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  • A page listing every judicial and court system in Cherokee County with a brief introduction to what they cover
  • Quick links to Jury Duty Information, Traffic Citation Payments, Court Calendars, Deeds and Records Search, Passport Information, and a lot more

CONTACTING US

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  • Ways to contact the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners, Department and Agency Heads, and State Agencies and Offices
  • Directions to all County Facilities
  • Quick Link to Finding Your Commissioner
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Clerk of Courts


Patty Baker
Clerk of Superior, State, Juvenile and Magistrate Court
678-493-6511

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Passport Information|Lost Or Stolen Passport

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Lost or Stolen U.S. Passports

If your passport has been lost or stolen, it should be reported immediately to help protect yourself against identity theft and to prevent someone else from using the passport.

To replace and report a lost or stolen passport

If you are in the United States and are traveling in 2 weeks or less:

  • Make an appointment to apply in person at a Passport Agency or Center to replace your passport in 5 business days or less (based on need, some restrictions apply).
  • You must submit Form DS-11 and DS-64 in person to the agency. You may:
    • Use our online guide to fill out Form DS-11 and DS-64 and then print for submission by mail or in person; or
    • Print Form DS-11 and Form DS-64 and complete by hand.

If you are in the United States and are not traveling within 2 weeks:

  • You must submit Form DS-11 and DS-64 in person at an authorized Passport Application Acceptance Facility. You may:
    • Use our online guide to fill out Form DS-11 and DS-64 and then print for submission by mail or in person; or
    • Print Form DS-11 and Form DS-64 and complete by hand.

To report a lost or stolen passport only (without replacing)

If you would like to report a lost or stolen passport, but you do not need a new passport:

  • Call us toll free at 1-877-487-2778 (TTY 1-888-874-7793), or
  • Complete, sign, and mail Form DS-64 to the address on the form

If you find another person's lost U.S. passport, please mail it in a sturdy envelope to:

ATTN: CLASP U.S. Department of State CA/PPT/S/L/LE 4th Floor 1150 Passport Services PL Dulles, VA 20189-1150

To Report the Non-Receipt of a Passport After Mailing

If the Online Passport Status System or the National Passport Information Center has indicated that your newly issued passport has been mailed out, but you have not received it after ten business days, you should contact the National Passport Information Center to report the non-receipt of the passport. If you do not report the non-receipt of your passport within 90 days from the date the passport was issued, you will be required to reapply and pay all applicable fees.

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