May 22, 2024

Upcoming Deadline for 2024 Tax Payments

Personal property and real estate taxes are due June 5.

Row of three homes in a residential neighborhood

In preparation for the June 5 due date, be sure to review your tax bills, which contain a breakdown of the amounts due for any personal property or real estate taxes. Verify that the information is correct, including the valuation of your property and any relief or exemptions you may be eligible to receive.     

If you have not received a bill, please contact the City Treasurer’s Office as soon as possible at 757-385-4445.  

Ways to Pay

The City Treasurer’s Office offers multiple methods of payment including in-person, online, by mail, or by phone. Mailed payments must be postmarked by the June 5 due date to be considered on time.  

Please note that a 2.5% service fee will be applied to all credit/debit card transactions. 

Assessments can be Appealed

Anyone who believes that the assessed value of their personal property or real estate asset is incorrect can appeal the decision. The Commissioner of the Revenue handles all assessments except for real estate taxes, which are handled by the Real Estate Assessor.    

Details about how real estate and personal property taxes are assessed can be found on the Commissioner of the Revenue’s website and the Real Estate Assessor’s website.  

Exemptions and Relief Programs

The Commissioner of the Revenue offers several tax relief programs for qualifying residents including:  

  • Senior or disabled citizens.  
  • Disabled veterans.  
  • Surviving spouses of a member of the armed forces killed in action.  
  • Surviving spouses of certain individuals killed in the line of duty.  

Applications for relief on 2025 tax bills are accepted through June 30, 2024. First-time applicants must make an appointment with the Commissioner of the Revenue by calling 757-385-4385

Payment Options  

Partial payments are accepted and encouraged by the City Treasurer if you are not able to pay your bill in full by the due date. However, any remaining balance will be assessed with a penalty of 10% of the remaining amount or $10, whichever is greater, but not to exceed the amount of the bill plus interest at 9.6% per year.  

If your bill is covered by bankruptcy, please email the City Treasurer’s Office at with your case number so it can be notated on your account.  

To learn more about taxes collected by the City Treasurer’s Office, please visit   

Contact Information

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