The Commissioner of the Revenue is a constitutional officer elected by the citizens of the County to a four-year term and is the chief tax assessing officer in King William County. The current Commissioner is The Honorable Sally W. Pearson whose term will expire on December 31, 2019.
Sally W. Pearson
Commissioner of the Revenue
Phone: (804) 769-4941
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 217 King William, VA 23086
Physical Address: 180 Horse Landing Road King William, VA 23086
The Commissioner administers the assessments for businesses and individuals in the following areas:
Real estate taxes Consumer utility taxes Personal property taxes Machinery and tools taxes Business license fees Meals tax
The Commissioners office also spends considerable time working on state income taxes, helping citizens complete their returns and performing initial processing prior to delivery of the forms to the State Department of Taxation.
The Real Estate Records of King William County are public information. The Commissioners Office compiles Real Estate Sales information for use by real estate professionals and others. Click this link to access the King William County public real estate records.
Reasons for Appeal
- Assessment not uniform in relation to comparable property
- Assessment exceeds fair market value
- Assessment based on incorrect data
- Assessment not determined in accordance with generally accepted appraisal practice
- 1st stop – appeal to assessor – set time period for appeal
- 2nd stop – to the local Board of Equalization
- 3rd stop – to the Circuit Court of King William County. This application must be made withing five years from the last day of the tax year for which the assessment was made.
To View and or Print The Land Use Application Requirements, Click Here
Clarification of Revalidation Documentation Required for
Forestry Land Use, Click Here
Agricultural Land Use, Click Here
If you have any questions, please call
(804) 769-4225 or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the Land Use Section of the King William County Code – Adopted June 2015 Click Here
Land Use Application, Click Here
Many of the State and Federal forms are available from the Commissioner of the Revenue Office. You can also check the status of your State Income Tax Refund at the COR Office. Remember that the Federal income tax filing deadline is April 15 and the State income tax filing is due May 1.
The relief amount is determined annually for qualified vehicles valued between $1,000 and $20,000. In general a vehicle qualifies if it is privately owned for personal use. Trucks must have a gross weight of 7,500 pounds or less. Motorcycles may also qualify. The Commissioner of the Revenue is responsible for determining whether a vehicle qualifies or not. The Personal Property Tax Relief Act was changed in 2006 to allocate a set amount of relief annually to each locality. The tax relief for qualifying vehicles in King William County for 2012 is 45%.
Personal Property returns (business and personal) are due on May 1. Any boats, trailers, business personal property must be reported on a form provided by the Commissioner’s Office for proper assessment information. King William Business Return of Tangible Personal Property Fillable Form
Information for high mileage adjustments must be reported to the Commissioner of the Revenues Office. Please provide the Commissioners Office with documentation, such as inspection certification or oil change receipt, by May 1st. Please complete the application for high mileage discount form(click here) No adjustments will be made after this date. Any other inquiries about vehicles or assessments on your personal property tax bills should also be directed to the Commissioners Office.
Real Estate Tax Exemptions are available for certain elderly & disabled persons. Affidavit or certification must be made between January 1 and March 1 for the taxable year. Application must be made annually.
Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office
P.O. Box 217
King William, VA 23086
Phone: (804) 769-4942
Fax: (804) 769-4902
F.O.I.A Contact: Sally Pearson
Email – email@example.com
The Commissioner of the Revenues Office is located in the county administration building at 180 Horse Landing Road, behind the colonial courthouse.
Office Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.