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The Pittsylvania County Commissioner of Revenue assesses all taxes based off of information from the DMV. Please contact them at 434-432-7940.
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The closing process of real estate is an agreement between the buyer and the seller. The Pittsylvania County Treasurer’s Office is not a party to this agreement.
Pursuant to the Code of Virginia, 58.1-3281, the beginning of the tax year for the assessment of taxes on real estate shall be January 1st and the owner of real estate on the day shall be assessed for the taxes for the year beginning on that day.
We will forward the bill to the new owners at your request; however, legal action for delinquent taxes will go against whomever owned the property January 1st.
Pittsylvania County is a NON- PRORATING County. If the vehicle was owned on January 1st of the taxation year, you owe the full amount of taxes for that year. This also means that if you buy a vehicle after January 1st of a taxation year, you will not pay personal property taxes on that vehicle during that year.
All tax relief exemption programs are administered by the Commissioner of Revenue office. Please contact them at 434-432-7940. You may also visit the Commissioner of the Revenue's page on the website.
The Treasurer has the authority to pursue the collection of delinquent personal property taxes/license fees by withholding your motor vehicle registration at the DMV. If a stop has been placed on your account due to unpaid taxes, you will not be allowed to renew your license tags until such taxes are paid to the Treasurer in full. A $55 DMV stop fee must also be paid in addition to any taxes and fees that are delinquent. Taxpayers are encouraged to pay their taxes by the due dates to avoid disruption of your vehicle registration.
In 2007, the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors adopted a license tax fee. This fee is assessed to all actively registered vehicles as of January 1st of the tax year. No adjustments are made to the license fee assessment due to the vehicle being sold after January 1st. The fee is assessed based on DMV information regarding the garage jurisdiction. Town residents are not liable for the county license fee. Each town collects their license or decal fee.
TACS is a collection agency working on behalf of Pittsylvania County to collect delinquent taxes. Once an account has been forwarded to TACS for collection purposes, you must contact TACS with questions regarding your account balance, payoff, to make a payment etc. They can be reached at 804-545-2500.
The solid waste fee was adopted by the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors for the purpose of procuring, developing, maintaining and improving its landfill and convenience centers.
Every person owning or operating any house, apartment, rental house, rental residential unit, multiple residential units, trailer camp, manufactured housing parks, or trailer court (“households”) in the County or in the Towns. The fee shall be assessed individually, to/for each rental unit/residence, rental and/or non-rental
If the household was inhabitable on January 1st of that tax year, you will be assessed the tax. Please contact Pittsylvania County Community Development at 434-432-7750 to complete the necessary steps needed to have the household deemed uninhabitable for future tax years.
Yes, households located in the Towns of Hurt, Gretna and Chatham shall be assessed the solid waste fee.
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