The elected post of Treasurer was created in the Virginia Constitution of 1870. The Treasurer's Independent status as an elected official ensures that local funds will be collected, invested and spent by an officer who reports directly to the people.
The Treasurer is the chief financial officer for Middlesex County, collecting taxes and local fees, and making payments on behalf of the local government. The Treasurer manages the investment of local funds and maintains records of local finances. The Treasurer is responsible for every form of revenue which comes to Middlesex County including:
- Dog Tags
- License Taxes
- Real Estate Taxes
- Sheriff and Clerk Fees
- Tangible Personal Property Taxes
Middlesex County 2022 Tax Notice
The 2022 second installment Middlesex County Real Estate Tax and the 2022 Personal Property tax bills have been mailed out. The due date for payment of these bills is December 5, 2022. By law, payments made in the Treasurer's Office or postmarked with the date of December 5, 2022, or before will be accepted as timely. Accounts remaining unpaid after January 1, 2023, will be subject to additional charges as provided by the Code of Virginia.
Please check your bills for completeness upon receipt. By law, failure to receive a bill does not relieve the taxpayer of any additional charges that will accrue for failure to pay by the due date. The Treasurer's Office is located in the Woodward Building in the courthouse complex in Saluda. A drop box for 24-hour payment service is also available at this location. Staff will be available during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 to 4:30 to collect payment.
If taxes are paid during office hours, please pay with cash, money order or check. For your convenience, taxes can be paid at any “local - Middlesex” Primis or C&F Bank before December 5, 2022 and accepted as timely.
Questions: If you have questions, please contact the Treasurer's office at 804-758-5302 or by emailing Traci Wright.