On Tuesday, May 5th the Goochland County Board of Supervisors took action to readopt the ordinance to allow for the Delay of Penalty and Interest for 30 days on Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes due June 5, 2020.
The Board of Supervisors readopted an ordinance to delay penalty and interest for 30 days on real estate and personal property taxes due June 5, 2020. The ordinance was originally adopted as an emergency ordinance on April 7, 2020 so that it would take effect before tax bills were prepared and sent to residents. Upon adopting it as an emergency ordinance the Board of Supervisors authorized the public hearing on May 5 to consider re-adoption of the ordinance.
It is important to note real estate and personal property taxes are still due on June 5, 2020, but penalty and interest for those not paying by the due date, is being delayed for 30 days. Treasurer Pamela Duncan is aware of the current challenging times and encourages any taxpayer with hardship concerns to contact her office at (804) 556-5806 or email@example.com.
Businesses, both large and small, who have questions or are in need of assistance should contact Goochland County Economic Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804) 556-5862.
Citizens and the general public who have questions or need assistance should contact Goochland County at (804) 556-5800 or visit www.goochlandva.us.
The Goochland community is encouraged to stay informed of Goochland County government information and operations by visiting the county’s website www.goochlandva.us, calling the county’s main phone line (804) 556-5800, and by following us on Facebook at @GoochlandCountyVA and on Twitter at @GoochlandGovtVA.