King & Queen County Treasurer
242 Allens Circle, Suite H
P.O. Box 98
King & Queen C.H., VA 23085
Phone: (804) 785-5978 or (804) 769-5004
Fax: (804) 785-5889
Office Hours 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
Chief Deputy Treasurer,
Deputy Treasurer, Cheryl
The Treasurer is a constitutional officer required
by the Constitution of Virginia who is elected by the citizens of King
& Queen County. The Treasurer is responsible for collecting taxes
and local fees and making payments on behalf of the local government.
The Treasurer is also responsible for investing local funds on behalf
of the County.
19 AND THE 2020 TAX YEAR
As we open our doors
for the 2020 tax year, we want you to know that we care deeply about the
health and safety of our guests, community and team members. King and
Queen County has a dedicated Safety Leadership Team focused on staying
up-to-date on CDC guidelines and recommendations. At this time, we will
be limiting capacity in our lobby, have made modifications to our lobby,
and how we interact with guests to help protect everyone.
Due to State mandates, face masks are required. In addition, King and
Queen County has a cleaning service that is frequently sanitizing all
high-traffic areas throughout the building. As you enter the building,
you will notice the six foot spacing mandate in place. There will be only
two people allowed at a time in our lobby due
to this six foot spacing requirement. On the floor in the halls are indicators
as to where to stand in order to remain in compliance with the State’s
mandate until you can enter the Treasurer’s Office.
Avoid standing in line in the hallway by paying your taxes several
ways this year.
NEW THIS YEAR: As you enter the building, at the entrance
to the Sheriff’s Office is a locked drop box.
You have the ability to enter the building and use this drop box 24 hours
a day – seven days a week!
Just do the following:
(1) Tear off the bottom part of the tax bill; (2) Include a check or money
order (NO CASH); (3) Put the above items in the enclosed envelope that
came in your bill. Seal the envelope and put your name and telephone number
on the outside of the envelope (just in case we need to contact you) and
(4) DROP IN THE DROP BOX.
We will be processing those payments and mailing each taxpayer a receipt
so that you know your payments were processed.
You can look on the back of the bill and see the other ways
to pay your tax bill without coming into the office:
- Pay Taxes at the Two Banks Listed
- Pay Taxes by Credit Card Over the Phone
- Pay Taxes by Credit Card Over the Internet Click
Here and input the King & Queen County jurisdiction code
- Pay Taxes by Mail
- Call the Treasurer’s Office and Pay Taxes Over the Phone with
a Credit Card
If you have any questions,
please call our office at 804-785-5978 or 804-769-5004.
& State Income Taxes