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Reassessment is the process of re-determining the value of property or land for tax purposes.
Periodic reassessments are required by law and are to insure that each property is valued fairly. The purpose of property tax reassessment is to realign the values of real property that are determined with values of other kinds of property that are assessed annually, such as personal property, utilities, and mobile homes.
As required by the Code of Virginia, King William County is conducting a general reassessment to be effective for January 1, 2021. King William County is required to reassess all real property at least every 4 years.
The Code of Virginia requires that all property be assessed at market value. This is the value used to calculate property taxes, which are the product of the assessed value and the tax rate.
A reassessment will result in a new value being established for your property. This new value will replace the value currently on your property and will be the basis used for taxing property. Please remember that an increase/decrease in property value does not automatically mean an increase/decrease in your property taxes.
The last reassessment took place between 2014 and 2015. Those results went into effect on January 1, 2015. The 2015 reassessment encompassed over 11,000 parcels with a total value of more than $1.5 billion.
The professional appraisal firm, BrightMinds of Roanoke, Virginia has been retained by King William County to do new real estate value assessments of every property in the County.
You are allowed one continuance, which is granted by the Clerk. Your case will be continued to the officers next available court date. The presiding Judge grants any further continuances.
Please visit the Virginia Judicial System website at and click on General District Court Case Information. Court starts promptly at the scheduled time, please be on time to avoid further fines.
The General District Court Clerk’s Office is located in the new Courts and Public Safety Building at 351 Courthouse Lane.
The clerks office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, except on legal holidays.
All prepayments must be received in this office at least one day prior to your court date. No payments will be accepted on court day before court.
Yes, prepayments can be paid online with Visa or MasterCard. Click on “Pay Traffic Tickets” and follow the instructions to prepay. There is a 4% convenience fee for this service.
Yes, if you fail to appear, you will be tried in your absence and billed for the fine and costs at the address listed on the summons issued to you by the officer.
You have 30 calendar days from the date of conviction to pay the amount due before the suspension date.
Yes, You have 10 days from the conviction date to appear in the Clerks office to note your appeal.
All payments are payable to the General District Court.
All speeding violations can be prepaid. The fine is computed at $6 per mile over the posted speed limit, except speeding in a school zone or speeding in a highway work zone which are computed at $7 per mile over the posted speed limit. Add the court-processing fee of $61. If you received more than one summons at the same time add the $61 processing fee to the first summons and $10 for each additional summons with the exception of a seat belt violation.
A seat belt violation for a driver or a passenger over the age of 18 years old is a $25 civil penalty with no additional cost or processing fee.
The General District Court mailing address is:King William General District Court351 Courthouse LaneSuite 201King William, VA 23086
You may pay by personal check, money order, cashiers check, VISA or MasterCard. To pay by Visa or MasterCard, fill in the credit card authorization information on the reverse side of the prepayable information sheet given to you by the officer. Mail your payment payable to the General District Court or your credit card authorization information to the court at:351 Courthouse Lane, Suite 201King William, VA 23086
There is a 4% convenience fee for this service.
You may pay by credit card by fax. You will need to fax us an authorization letter with the credit card information, expiration date, and total of the ticket(s) along with the cardholders signature. If you are paying for another person please note their name and include a phone number where you can be reached in case there is a problem. The fax number is 804-769-4971. There is a 4% convenience fee for this service.
You may not prepay a reckless driving charge.
Anyone may report suspected child abuse or neglect. Between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, call our office at 804-769-4905 and ask for a child protective services worker. At all other times, call the Child Protective Services Hotline at 800-552-7096. If your call is an emergency, a local worker will be dispatched. Your name, if you choose to give it, will only be released if ordered by a Judge.
Valid reports will be investigated or a family assessment will be completed to determine if services are needed for the family.
The Department of Social Services does not administer Social Security Programs. You can get information about those programs from the Social Security Administration website.
The King William Outreach Program is a group of volunteer individuals and organizations as well as state and local agencies who provide services to the citizens of King William County. The group meets every month on the 4th Thursday at 2 pm in the L.T. McAllister Human Services Building at 172 Courthouse Lane in the community room. The Outreach Program is open to all organizations in the county who provide services to individuals and families. Please contact Anne Mitchell by email, or call 804-769-4913 to find out how to get your group involved in this information sharing group.
You can visit the Child Care VA website for more information.
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