Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue
March 26, 2020
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — On Wednesday, March 25, the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors amended the real estate tax relief program for senior and disabled citizens by approving an increase in the income level at which citizens receive 100% tax relief from $27,200 to $28,000. The change is effective for all renewal applications submitted in 2020.
The Commissioner of the Revenue’s office will adjust any renewal applications already received to reflect this change. There is no need for citizens to reapply. Renewal applications and certifications were sent out in January 2020 and are due back to our offices by April 1, 2020.
We understand the current coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic has changed our lives, and may affect your ability to get your documents to the Commissioner’s office by the due date. Our office is currently closed to the public to protect the health and safety of citizens and staff. However, the office is staffed and is accepting renewal and certification documents by mail, fax or email. We will process all renewals as we receive them, even after the April 1st deadline, and will return any original documents by mail. Staff is still available to take calls and answer questions regarding real estate tax relief and any other local tax matters.
Please contact Jenefer Hughes, Commissioner of the Revenue, for further information.
Address: PO Box 124, Chesterfield, VA 23832-0908
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