Treasurer

NOTE - 2021 REAL ESTATE TAX BILLS
2021 Real Estate Tax bills were sent to ALL King William County real estate owners. If your mortgage company escrows your taxes and sends the payment, that process is still in place. The bill you received is for informational purposes only and should be retained for your records. If information noted is correct you do not need to take any action. Please contact the Treasurer’s Office with any questions at (804) 769-4931.

Notice - May 20, 2021: Real Estate bills have posted online. Paper bills will be mailed out this week. The first half of real estate taxes are due on June 25, 2021. Please contact the King William County Treasurer's Office if you are unable to access your bill or have any questions.

Since 1870, the Virginia Constitution has required that the post of Treasurer be an elected office, making the local Treasurer accountable directly to the citizens. The Treasurer serves as the chief financial officer of the County, and is elected to a four year term. The Treasurer’s Office is responsible for collecting revenues in the form of taxes and fees. These revenues include:

  • Court, sheriff and clerk fees
  • License taxes
  • Permit fees
  • Personal property taxes
  • Real estate taxes
  • State income taxes

The Treasurer also manages the investment of local funds and maintains the county’s financial records.