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Posted on: January 25, 2021

Commissioner of the Revenue to Continue Providing Pre-Scheduled, In-Person Appointments

Commissioner of the Revenue

Jan. 25, 2021

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — As the 2021 local tax deadlines approach amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the commissioner of the revenue will continue to assist residents and safeguard employee and community health by offering pre-scheduled, in-person appointments.

To schedule an appointment, taxpayers may call 804-748-1281 or send an email to cor@chesterfield.gov that includes their name, tax account number and a brief description of their issue. When scheduling an appointment, a tax assessment specialist will confirm which documents and other materials are needed to complete the taxpayer’s transaction.

Taxpayers without a pre-scheduled appointment will have the option to wait for the next available opening or to make an appointment for another time. Due to safety concerns, residents are not currently allowed to wait in the office lobby and will instead be asked to wait in their car or in the hallway.

The commissioner of the revenue encourages taxpayers to consider completing their transaction by phone at 804-748-1281, email at cor@chesterfield.gov or by mail at PO Box 124, Chesterfield County, VA 23832. A team of experienced tax assessment specialists is available during business hours to serve taxpayers.

“My staff and I are committed to maintaining the high standards public taxpayers deserve, despite the challenges posed by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,” said Commissioner of the Revenue Jenefer Hughes.

The commissioner of the revenue is responsible for assessing personal property and other taxes, which fund public services. Hughes’s office is responsible for assessing personal property taxes on vehicles, boats and business assets; issuing business licenses and assessing other business taxes; administering tax relief programs for senior or disabled citizens and qualifying veterans; and assisting residents in preparing and filing their income tax returns. 

Important tax deadlines for Chesterfield taxpayers include:

  • March 1 – Annual business license renewal
  • March 1– Business personal property returns submission
  • April 1 – Annual application/certification for senior or disabled citizen’s tax relief
  • May 1 – State income tax returns submission

For more information about Hughes and the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue, visit www.chesterfield.gov/comrev. Open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., the office can be contacted by phone at 804-748-1281 and by email at cor@chesterfield.gov.

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