Virginia

state characteristics

Assessment Ratio: 100%
Fiscal Tax Year: Varies by levying body
Valuation Authority: County and all Independent Cities
Collection Authority: City, Town and County
Level One Appeal Name: Formal Assessor Appeal
RE Rendition Required: No
PP Rendition Required: Yes
Consultant Certification or Licensing: Not Required
Real Estate Taxable? Yes
Personal Property Taxable? Yes
Inventory Taxable? Yes

Deadline and notice dates vary throughout the state by jurisdiction, as well as from year to year. There are over 150 individual taxing jurisdictions in Virginia. The listing below represents a few major jurisdictions in the state. For further listings and verification, please contact us.

 

key tax dates – real estate

City of Richmond    
RE Assessment Date: July 1  
RE Value Notices Issued: June  
RE Appeal Deadline: July 15
Nov 30
Administrative Appeal
Board of Equalization
RE Tax Bills Due: June 15  
Fairfax County    
RE Assessment Date: Jan 1  
RE Value Notices Issued: Feb 26  
RE Appeal Deadline: Apr 3

June 1

Administrative appeal

Board of Equalization

RE Tax Bills Due: July 28
Dec 5
1st half installment
2nd half installment
Henrico County    
RE Assessment Date: Jan 1  
RE Value Notices Issued: Feb  
RE Tax Returns Due: Apr I&E filing deadline; due 30 days from date of request
RE Appeal Deadline: Apr 1

Apr – Nov

Administrative appeal

Board of Equalization, 7 days after Administrative Appeal decision

RE Tax Bills Due: June 5
Dec 5
1st half installment
2nd half installment
Norfolk City    
RE Assessment Date: July 1  
RE Tax Returns Due: Mar I&E filing deadline; request mailed in December, due in March
RE Appeal Deadline: May 8
May 31
Administrative appeal
Board of Equalization
RE Tax Bills Due: Sept 30
Dec 5
Mar 31
June 5
1st installment
2nd installment
3rd installment
4th installment

key tax dates – personal property