Section 6 of Article X of the Constitution of Virginia was amended effective January 1, 2021 to establish the exemption from local property taxation for one vehicle (i.e. car or truck) used primarily by or for a 100% service-connected, totally and permanently Disabled Veteran. The vehicle may be owned (not leased) by the Disabled Veteran and/or their spouse.
In 2011, the Virginia General Assembly enacted legislation which provides a real estate tax exemption for qualifying disabled armed forces veterans and their spouses.
A Virginia licensed vehicle used by a full-time college student can only be taxed by the domicile locality of the owner of that vehicle.
All Virginia Income Tax returns must be filed or postmarked by May 2 (since May 1st falls on a Sunday in 2022).
Online payment for personal property tax. The City of Harrisonburg levies a personal property tax on all taxable tangible personal property located in the City.
Enjoy the convenience and flexibility of credit card payments for your utility bills. In cooperation with the City of Harrisonburg Treasurer's Office, Official Payments Corporation offers individuals and businesses the opportunity to pay by telephone or directly over the Internet.
The tax rate for the City of Harrisonburg is .93 cents per hundred of assessed value, effective July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023.
Tax Relief for the Elderly & Disabled applications are due.
Filing deadline for personal property return for taxpayers operating a business in the City.
Personal Property Taxes Due - The City of Harrisonburg levies a personal property tax on all taxable tangible personal property located in the City.