Pike County Tax Records

Search for Pike County AL tax records. A tax record search can provide information on federal taxes, income taxes, business taxes, local taxes, sales tax, use taxes, unpaid taxes, delinquent taxes, tax liens, tax deductions, property taxes, property tax assessments, real estate appraisals, filing taxes, and tax payment plans.


The Pike County Treasurer and Tax Collector Office collects local taxes and disburses the funds, which can include property taxes, business taxes, and other local taxes in Pike County AL. These records can include real estate tax payments, unpaid property taxes, property tax assessments, real estate appraisals, business tax records, use tax records, sales tax documents, and more. The Pike County Treasurer and Tax Collector Office keeps Pike County tax records that show tax payments and provide personal information for businesses, residents, and property owners who pay taxes, as well as records on tax deductions. These records can show tax delinquencies, the current property owners, and the taxes owed for any resident. Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices may provide online access to their Pike County tax records.

Pike County Revenue Commissioner's Office Troy AL 120 West Church Street 36081 334-566-1792

Troy City Treasurer Troy AL 306 East Academy Street 36081 334-566-0177


The Pike County Clerk Office maintains public records for a county or local government, which include vital records as well as a number of documents related to taxes in Pike County AL. These tax records include property tax payments, property appraisal values, business taxes, and other local taxes. The Pike County tax records at a Clerk Office list any unpaid taxes, tax liens, foreclosures, and information about property tax deductions. These records contain information on the individuals who owe or pay taxes in that area, as well as descriptions of properties, businesses, and other taxable goods. Pike County Clerks may also have historical tax records as well as information on current and former property owners. These records can be important resources for potential property buyers, small business owners, and residents who pay taxes. The Clerk Office may provide online access to their tax records.

Pike County Clerk Troy AL 120 West Church Street 36081 334-566-5113


The Pike County Recorder of Deeds keeps a range of real estate and property records for a county or local government to ensure the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records in Pike County AL. Their Pike County tax records include information on paid and unpaid real estate taxes, property tax assessments, and property appraisal records. Their records also show tax liens, foreclosures, and Pike County property tax deductions, as well as historical property tax documents and prior property tax payments. The tax records held by the Pike County Recorder of Deeds contain information on the previous and current owners of a property, the size and description of a property, and the history of the property's sales and prices. Recorders of Deeds may provide online access to their tax records.

Pike County Recorder of Deeds Troy AL 120 West Church Street 36081 334-566-1246


The Pike County Assessor Office helps calculate property taxes by determining the appraisal value of the taxable property in Pike County AL. Assessors maintain a number of documents related to Pike County taxes, including real estate tax assessments, property appraisals, and property tax payments. They may also provide Pike County tax records on property tax liens, unpaid property taxes, and foreclosures. Many Assessor Offices keep historical property tax records, and they may also provide information on property tax deductions. The tax records at the Pike County Assessor Office can include information on the current and former owners, the property's size and location, and any zone or use regulations, which can be important resources for property owners or potential buyers of a property. These tax records may be available on the Assessor Office website.

Pike County Revenue Commission Troy AL 120 West Church Street 36081 334-566-1792