Treasurer's Office


Building 2 has fully reopened to the public.  


With an updated credit card and e-check system now in place, the fees for using a credit card online and in-office have decreased from 3% to 2.5%. The fee for paying by E-check online has been eliminated entirely.  Please note: Telephone payments are processed through a third-party and the fees are higher.  Please CLICK here for a detailed list of fees.

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Animal License applications are now being accepted by mail, drop box, in person and online.   PLEASE ALLOW 24 HOURS MINIMUM PROCESSING TIME ON ANIMAL LICENSE APPLICATIONS!

On May 19th, 2020 The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors voted to extend the penalty and interest date for the June 2020 tax bills by 45 days. Taxpayers will now have until August 14th, 2020 to pay their June 2020 tax bills without penalty and interest. *Please keep in mind this does not apply to bills that are already past due.*

The Treasurer’s Office is responsible for the collection, custody, and disbursement of county funds. The office also collects funds for the Commonwealth of Virginia, reporting on these accounts to the state comptroller. The treasurer serves as the county’s designated investment officer with the sole authority for investment decisions, and reports financial information to the Board of Supervisors.

The staff of the Gloucester County Treasurer’s Office considers it both an honor and a privilege to serve our citizens as professionally and efficiently as possible. We welcome any comments and suggestions you may have.