April 19, 2021
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — The Chesterfield County Office of the Treasurer is reminding residents that Chesterfield County personal property and first-half real estate taxes are due Monday, June 7.
To make paying personal property and real estate taxes easier and more convenient, the Treasurer’s Office unveiled a new payment kiosk located on the outside of the Chesterfield County Administration Building at 9901 Lori Road. The new outside payment kiosk is available 24 hour a day, seven days a week, and accepts cash, credit/debit card and check payments.
Additionally, upgrades have been made to the online payment portal to allow taxpayers to create a user ID, which will allow the taxpayer to gather all personal property and real estate tax accounts under a single user account. The portal will allow taxpayers to view invoices dating back to 2018, view payments made through the portal and to make payments on their tax accounts. Payments can be made the same day, or scheduled for a future date, including scheduling installment payments up to a due date. To access the payment portal, visit chesterfield.gov/Treasurer. For more information about the new payment kiosk or the upgrades made to the online payment portal, watch this payment options video.
Tax statements were mailed by the Chesterfield Treasurer’s Office to applicable citizens and businesses beginning Monday, April 12. Tax balances may also be viewed through the Treasurer Office’s online payment portal using a tax account number, property address or map parcel number, all of which are listed on the tax statement.
Revenue generated by tax payments is used by Chesterfield County to fund a broad range of necessary and essential services, including health services, social services, public safety and more.
Tax Payment Options
In addition to paying taxes in-person at the Treasurer’s Office, there are several tax payment options are available, including:
Treasurer, Chesterfield CountyP.O. Box 70Chesterfield, VA 23832-0906
Tax Payment Plan
Those interested in applying for a tax payment plan may do so through the online application accessible via the Treasurer’s webpage, www.chesterfield.gov/Treasurer, or by calling the Treasurer’s Office at 804-748-1201.
Payment plans are available for both personal property and real estate tax payments, though the terms and conditions of the plans are determined on a case-by-case basis. Applicants should allow up to two businesses days for a representative from the Treasurer’s Office to respond to their online application submission.
As required by law, participating in a payment plan does not prevent additional interest and fees from accruing on a taxpayer’s account.
In addition to applying for a tax payment plan, individuals and businesses unable to afford personal property tax and real estate tax payments may have local, state and federal options for relief:
Chesterfield’s Office of Commissioner of the Revenue offers information on real estate tax relief to qualified elderly or disabled citizens, surviving spouses of first responders, surviving spouses of members of the armed forces killed in action, veterans and their surviving spouses. For more information, view the county’s Commissioner of the Revenue’s Real Estate Tax Relief webpage.
The Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue also provides personal property tax relief information for members of the military and their spouses available on the Military Tax Relief webpage.
For more information about tax payment options, please visit the Office of the Treasurer webpage.
The Treasurer’s Office is responsible for the dissemination of tax invoices and the collection of tax payments. Taxpayers with questions regarding the assessment of taxes should contact:
Please note that personal property taxes and first-half real estate taxes not paid on or before the upcoming June 7 deadline may be subject to a late payment penalty, interest and an administrative fee.