Virginia’s city and county Treasurers are the chief financial officers for their localities, collection taxes and local fees, and making payments on behalf of the local government. The Treasurer is responsible for every form of revenue which comes to his or her locality including:

  • Personal Property Taxes
  • Real Estate Taxes
  • State Income Tax
  • Water and Sewer Payments
  • Dog License Fees
  • Permit Fees

Treasurers also manage the investment of local funds and maintain records of local finances.

The elected post of Treasurer was created in the Virginia Constitution of 1870. The Treasurer’s independent status as an elected official ensures that local funds will be collected, invested and spent by an officer who reports directly to the people.



The 1st half of the Real Estate and Personal Property taxes for 2020 are now available. The tax due date is June 19, 2020.

The bills have been mailed.  If you have not received your bill, please contact the Treasurer (540) 775-2571. 

If you have a question about the property listed on your bill, please contact the Commissioner of the Revenue (540) 775-4664.  The bills are created and corrected by the Commissioner of the Revenue. The Treasurer’s Office cannot make corrections; they only collect as assessed.

If there is a question concerning delinquency, please contact the Treasurer’s Office.

Please take the time to check the mailing address on each bill and correct, if necessary, with the Commissioner of the Revenue.

NOTE: Please do not enclose tax payment with utility payment.

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