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Director of Real Estate Assessments
Jonathan P. Davis

Email Address
assessor@chesterfield.gov 

Mailing address
Chesterfield County
Department of Real Estate Assessments
P. O. Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832 - 0040

Street Address
Department of Real Estate Assessments
6701 Mimms Loop
Chesterfield, VA 23832 - 0040
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Phone Numbers
(804) 748-1321
(804) 717-6278 (FAX)

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 



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Real Estate Assessments - Exemptions and Deferments

The Assessor's Office administers and keeps track of individuals or properties eligible for tax exemptions and other forms of property tax adjustments. The exempt classification, or real estate not subject to taxation, applies to real estate owned and exclusively used by organizations which meet the mandates of the State Constitution and the Statutes of the Commonwealth of Virginia (churches,lodges, civic, and educational associations, federal, state, and local governments etc.). For further information on tax exemption contact the Assessor's Office.

This office also administers programs offering partial exemption from, or certain tax credits on, real estate taxes based on the rehabilitation or preservation of properties that qualify for exemption. These programs include the Enterprise Zone which promotes the revitalization of a designated area by increasing economic activity, and the Residential Rehab and Historic Preservation programs which encourage the rehabilitation and preservation of older or historic properties. For information on the Enterprise Zone program, contact the Community Development Block Grant Office during regular office hours at (804)768-8707, and for information concerning the Residential Rehab and Historic Preservation programs contact the Assessor's Office.

A special use value taxation program (land use program) provides for adjustments to assessments of real estate qualifying under one of four special classifications:

  • agricultural
  • horticultural
  • forest
  • open space

For further information on the land use program, contact the Assessor's Office during office hours. Additional information can be found at Tax Assistance Programs.

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