When are real estate tax bills mailed by the Treasurer's Office?
It is the policy of the Norfolk Treasurer's Office to mail tax bills 30 days prior to the due date. If you do not receive a bill, contact the Treasurer's Office and a duplicate bill will be mailed to you. Virginia law is clear that it is the responsibility of the taxpayer to know the due date of the tax bill and to pay it on time. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the taxpayer of penalty and interest on a delinquent account.

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1. How are real estate taxes assessed?
2. What is the current real estate tax rate?
3. When are real estate taxes due?
4. What should I do if my taxes are paid through my mortgage company but I receive the tax bill?
5. How are penalty and interest calculated on delinquent real estate tax?
6. Who do I contact regarding a change of address and/or tax billing status?
7. When are real estate tax bills mailed by the Treasurer's Office?
8. Is there a Tax Relief/Deferral program for the elderly and disabled?
9. When do taxes become due on Tax Relief/Deferred accounts?
10. How do I calculate taxes due on Tax Relief/Deferred accounts?
11. Who do I contact regarding the purchase of real estate property that has delinquent taxes?