When those in Macon-Bibb have to renew car tags, pay a garbage bill or update registrations, they can go to the county courthouse or a small office at the farmer's market on Eisenhower Parkway.
"We issue mobile home taxes, automobile renewals, new car registrations, insurance suspensions and lapses, we issue handicap placards," Thomas Tedders, tax commissioner, said.
But by mid-September, the tax office is moving downtown to the corner of Walnut Street and Third Street and becoming a one-stop shop.
"All 44 of us will be housed in this one building so it will increase customer service as far as we're concerned," he said.
There will be three drive-through lanes for customers to use.
Eventually, those who want to renew their motor tags will be able to use drive-through kiosks, which will be the first in the state.