Commissioner of the Revenue

Overview

The Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue is a constitutional office of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the County of Hanover. The Commissioner is locally elected every four years and is the chief tax authority for the locality. The Commissioner is responsible for:

  • Maintaining real estate ownership information
  • Overseeing the Tax Relief Program
  • Overseeing the Land Use Program
  • Assessing all personal and business property
  • Overseeing the state income tax filing process

The mission of the Commissioner of the Revenue is to serve the citizens of Hanover County by:

  • Fairly and equitably identifying and assessing all sources of revenue to which the County is entitled according to the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the County of Hanover
  • Actively advocating and promoting programs to minimize the tax burden on our citizens, and assisting taxpayers in participating in tax reduction programs
  • Providing taxpayers with accurate and useful information concerning revenue assessments
  • Providing County officials with accurate and useful information from which decisions can be made to best serve the citizens of Hanover County
  • Providing efficient, effective and courteous service in a timely manner to the citizens of Hanover County


Locations

Wickham Building
7497 County Complex Road
Hanover, VA 23069 Map It

PO Box 129
Hanover, VA 23069

Phone:
Personal Property Division: (804) 365-6129
Real Estate Division: (804) 365-6128
Fax:
Personal Property Division: (804) 365-6101
Real Estate Division: (804) 365-6111
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Commissioner of the Revenue: T. Scott Harris, MCR