Real Estate Taxes(1) Assessed per $100
Based on 2012 Calendar Year
|City/County||Telephone||Assessed $||Due Date|
|City of Richmond||804-646-5600||1.20||6/15|
|City of Petersburg||804-733-2311||1.35||Quarterly|
|Charles City County||804-652-2161||0.68||6/5 & 12/5|
|Chesterfield County||804-748-1321||0.95||6/5 & 12/5|
|Colonial County||804-520-9283||1.10||5/15 & 11/15|
|Dinwiddie County||804-469-4507||0.72||6/5 & 12/5|
|Henrico County||804-501-4300||0.87||6/5 & 12/5|
|Hopewell||804-541-2237||0.99||6/5 & 12/5|
|New Kent County||804-966-9615||0.70||12/5|
|Prince George County||804-646-5600||0.80||6/5 & 12/5|
Personal Property Taxes(2)
1. Real Estate Taxes are subject to change by each city and county. Note: Ashland residents pay town real estate and personal property taxes in addition to Hanover County taxes. Chesterfield County residents also pay a utility tax of 15% of the first $10.00 or a maximum of $1.50 per bill.
2. The Personal Property Tax Relief Act (“PPTRA”) provides for the relief from a portion of the tangible personal property tax imposed on the first $20,000 of value on passenger cars, trucks and motorcycles used for personal use. (Vehicles with a gross weight of more than 7,500 lbs. or for which more than 50% of the use is for business purposes are not eligible for this tax relief program.) The tax credit percentage varies from locality to locality, i.e., Richmond gave a 70% tax credit in 2006, Chesterfield adopted a 61% tax relief rate, and Henrico’s rate was 65%.