Tax Payments & Deadlines

Make a Payment

In Person


Our office accepts payments in person in the form of cash, check, money order, MasterCard or Visa credit card. Payment plans may be set up with the Treasurer.

By Mail


Send billing information, check or money order, and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
P.O. Box 523
Louisa, VA 23093

Online


There is a nominal fee charged by the county to cover the cost of providing this service.  Identifiers on your bill are your Ticket Number and Property I.D. Number. This is a secure website. After payment has been accepted, please print a copy of the receipt for your records. Also, there is a final confirmation on our website to reflect the successful payment.
Pay Your Taxes Online.


Real Estate Taxes


Louisa County bills real estate taxes annually, the due date for payment is December 5th of each year. Payments received after December 5th are subject to a 10% penalty on December 6th and 10% interest starting January 1st. All real estate is subject to taxation unless specifically exempted by Virginia State Code.

After current taxes are paid, you may make monthly pre-payments on real estate taxes starting January 1st with the minimum payment amount being $25. Please contact the Treasurer's office to obtain a tax ID number before remitting payments.

Mortgage Companies


If taxes are paid by your mortgage company, the mortgage company usually contacts the Treasurer's office and requests the tax bill to be mailed directly to them. A copy of each bill is sent to the homeowner for reference.


New Property Owner


If you are a new property owner and you have not received a tax bill by November 1st, please contact the Treasurer's office.

Personal Property Taxes


Louisa County taxes all personal property annually. The due date for payment of taxes is December 5th of each year. Payments received after December 5th are subject to a 10% penalty on December 6th and 10% interest starting January 1st. Louisa County does not prorate taxes.

Transfer of Ownership


All personal property owned on January 1st will be taxed for the entire year regardless of any transfer in ownership.