County Reminds Residents of Second Half of Property Tax Due Dec 6 | News


Loudoun County is reminding taxpayers that the deadline for paying the second half of the property tax is Monday, December 6, according to an announcement by Treasurer H. Roger Zurn Jr.

Payments received or stamped after December 6 will incur a 10% late payment penalty, according to a November 29 release. Additional interest at the rate of 10% per annum will be assessed. The due date will not be extended for invoices for which valuation questions have been filed with the Equalization Commission.

Taxpayers experiencing financial difficulties should contact the Treasurer’s Collections Team at 703-771-5656 for assistance.

Payments can be made by electronic check (e-Check), VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. Please note that convenience fees are added to credit card transactions. There is no charge for e-Check.

For reasons of security and convenience, taxpayers are encouraged to make payments online. Payments can be made:

Via a mobile device: The Link2Loudoun application is available for free on the iPhone App Store and the Google Play Store. The application provides access to to pay your taxes.

Phone: 1-800-269-5971 can be called 24 hours a day. During regular business hours, call 703-777-0280. Please have your account number and payment method ready.

By email: Loudoun County, PO Box 1000, Leesburg, Virginia 20177-1000.

In person: Treasurer’s office locations

1 Harrison Street SE, first floor, Leesburg

21641 Ridgetop Circle, Suite 104, Sterling

The offices are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday. In addition, 24-hour drop boxes are located outside each office.

Please contact the Loudoun County Treasurer’s Office at 703-777-0280 or email [email protected] if you have not received your invoice or have any questions.

Stay up to date on tax information by subscribing to Alert Loudoun’s Tax Notice category at You can also send the word “TAXES” via SMS to 888777 to receive text messages regarding tax information, including upcoming deadlines.

For more information on property tax exemptions and deferrals, contact the Exemptions Division of the Office of the Revenue Commissioner at [email protected], by phone at 703-737-8557 or visit taxrelief.


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