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Commissioner of Revenue

P.O. Box 178
King and Queen C.H., VA 23085

Phone (804) 785-5976 or (804) 769-5002
Fax (804) 785-5880 or (804) 769-5072

Office Hours 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday

Commissioner of the Revenue, Kelly N. Lumpkin
Chief Deputy Commissioner, Brenda Robinson
Deputy Commissioner, Mali Klausen

The Commissioner of the Revenue is a state constitutional officer as set forth in the Constitution of Virginia and is the Chief assessing officer of the local government. It is an elected position for a four-year term and serves the taxpayers as well as the County. The Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office is responsible for preparing the land book and personal property book used for taxation purposes each year. This office also processes state income taxes and refunds.

Real Estate Tax Exemption for
Certain Elderly and Disabled Persons

Applications must be filed by April 1st each year

To qualify; income from all sources may not exceed $35,000 and capital assets, excluding the dwelling you live in and 2 acres of land, may not exceed $60,000. For more information or an appointment, call the office of the Commissioner of Revenue at (804) 769-5002 or (804) 785-5976.

Kelly N. Lumpkin
Commissioner of Revenue
King and Queen County

Real Estate Tax Exemption Tax Relief for the Elderly & Disabled

Vehicle Valuations for Tax Year 2021

Disabled Veterans Personal Property and Real Estate Tax Exemption

Change of Name or Address for Local Taxes

Vol. Fire Department & Rescue Squad Qualification for License Tax Exemption

Application for High Mileage Discount Tax Year 2023

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Property/Tax Records Online

Estimated and State Income Tax


On April 27, 2015, the Board of Supervisors adopted an amendment to Chapter 30, the Vehicle License Fee Ordinance, to change the due date from December 5th of the preceding year to April 30th of the actual /calendar year in which the vehicle is garaged, stored or parked in King and Queen County and the inclusion of enforcement remedies as prescribed in the Code of Virginia. There is no increase in the fee. If you have any questions, please contact the Commissioner of Revenue’s Office (804)785-5976 or (804)769-5002

Kelly N. Lumpkin
Commissioner of the Revenue


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