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Many people ask if King George County has a list of real estate properties that have delinquent taxes and are eligible for land sale. King George County has an agreement with the firm Sands Anderson PC to handle the properties that are eligible for land sale. If you would like more information on the properties eligible for land sale, please contact Sands Anderson PC at 540-373-2504. The office is located at 725 Jackson Street Suite 217 Fredericksburg, VA 22401.
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Real Estate (land) taxes and Personal Property (tangible property) are both due June 5th and December 5th.
It is the responsibility of the tax payer (you) to know that a bill is expected and to inquire if you do not receive it.
Use the King George County e-Treasurer Applications website to view taxes paid.
The KING GEORGE COUNTY Treasurer's Office makes every effort to produce and publish the most current and accurate property tax information possible. No warranties, expressed or implied, are provided for the data herein, for its use, or its interpretation. Neither KING GEORGE COUNTY nor the Treasurer's Office assumes any liability associated with use or misuse of this data.
The bills are created and/or accessed by the Commissioner of the Revenue's office therefore all inquires are to be made to that office 540-775-4664 and all corrections are made by them.
Yes. Permanent Decals are required to access the County's trash convenience centers. This decal can be obtained by visiting the Commissioner of the Revenue office.
Not necessarily. When you move, do not expect other governmental entities to notify us of your move. It is the taxpayers responsibility to contact the Commissioner of the Revenue, (540) 775-4664, to make a change of address regarding personal property and/or real estate taxes. In not doing so, your bills may not reach you. Not receiving a bill because you fail to change an address does not excuse you from the tax or any subsequent penalties.
You should keep your receipts but if they are not locatable please visit our e-Treasurer site and you may inquire there.
King George County does not receive your payment electronically. It is received in the form of a paper check. Per the banking industry, when you authorize the bank to pay your bill your account is debited immediately for the funds, but it may take up to 7 days before the bank mails the check to us. Also, please consider the time it takes for the USPS to deliver the check and allow yourself ample time for it to reach us when setting your payment up. It is not unusual to allow 10 - 14 days from the time you authorize your payment online to the time it is RECEIVED by our office.
Credit Cards (Visa/MasterCard) can be used in the office and on our web-site, visit the e-Treasurer website to pay. A convenience fee will be applied to the total charge. We do not have a Pay-By-Phone privilege.
Dog tags are to be purchased each year by January 31st. To purchase a dog tag you will need to bring in a copy of the current Rabies Certificate, not the Rabies Tag. The cost of the tags are as follows:
All corrections, add/delete, of vehicles must be done by the office of The Commissioner of the Revenue, call 540-775-4664.
If you just paid off your mortgage and would like the tax bills sent to your current address, please contact the Treasurer's Office at (540) 775-2571 to update our records.
If you received your real estate bill in the mail and you believe your mortgage company is responsible for payment, contact your lender, write your loan number on the bill and forward it to the mortgage company. You can contact the Treasurer's Office at (540) 775-2571 to verify payment has been received.
King George County does not prorate personal property taxes therefore you are taxed for the entire year on what you owned in King George County as of January 1st. Those moving out and/or selling after the first are responsible for the entire year; But those moving in and/or purchasing after the first will not be taxed until January 1st of the following year.
Unfortunately, land transfers do not travel through the system as quickly as one would like, so if you get a bill please forward it to the new owners or return it to the Treasurers' Office, please list the new owner if you know who they are.