Collection of Taxes

The Treasurer's Office is responsible for receiving state and local tax funds, state and estimated income tax, and local real estate and personal property taxes. Each of these different taxes have different due dates. 

Some of the other taxes and fees that the Treasurer is responsible for the receipt and disbursement of motor vehicle license fees, solid waste fees, state income tax, estimated income tax, utility bills, solid waste citations,

Tax Deadlines

Real Estate & Personal Property Taxes and Solid Waste Fee

Real estate and personal property taxes are both billed out biannually. 

  • First Installment Due Date: June 10
  • Second Installment Due Date: December 10

Taxes are considered delinquent on the next day after the due date, and a 10% penalty is applied to the balance due. Interest at the rate of 10% per year is applied on the 1st day of the month following the installment due date and accrues monthly. Pittsylvania County is a non-prorating jurisdiction, which means that assessments are made based on ownership and residency as of January 1 of each calendar year.

State Income Tax

  • Due: May 1

A 6% penalty is applied each month thereafter on any unpaid balance up to 30%; interest is accrued daily until balance is paid. After December 31, any unpaid tax will be forwarded to the Department of Taxation in Richmond, Virginia for additional collection procedures. 

Estimated Income Tax

  • May 1: Voucher 1
  • June 15: Voucher 2
  • September 15: Voucher 3
  • January 15: Voucher 4

The 1st voucher must be filed with the Commissioner of the Revenue and all subsequent vouchers are mailed to the Treasurer. Vouchers must be included with payment.

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