Commissioner of Revenue

Tax Due Dates Notice

Due to COVID-19,  the Virginia Department of Taxation has extended the due date for state taxes until June 1, 2020. If there is a balance due and the taxpayer remits the payment in full on June 1, the penalty and interest will be waived per information from the Virginia Department of Taxation.

The Internal Revenue Service has also extended its due date for federal taxes to July 15, 2020 with no penalty and interest, provided the taxpayer pays the amount in full.

In addition, even though Norton City Hall is not open to the public, the Commissioner of Revenue's office is still operating on normal business hours, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. If anyone has a tax return to be completed by the commissioner of revenue's office, there is a drop box available in front of the building that is normally designated for water bills. If choosing to use the drop box, make sure all your tax papers are secure in an envelope or container. Please write on the outside of the container or envelope, "Commissioner of Revenue," so it goes to the correct department. Once the office receives the return, staff will complete it and call customers when the return is finished. There is a  pick up at the back door of the municipal building, and directions to obtain the return will be provided by the Commissioner of the Revenue's Office.

If there are any questions concerning Real Estate, Personal Property, Business License, etc.  please call the commissioner of revenue's office. Staff will be happy to assist with any questions or concerns customers have.

Welcome to the website of the Commissioner of the Revenue's Office for the City of Norton. The Commissioner of the Revenue is elected by the citizens of the City and serves a four-year term at the pleasure of the voters.
  • The Commissioner of the Revenue is the chief assessing officer of the local government and is regulated by the State Code of Virginia.
  • The office is responsible for fairly and equitably identifying and assessing all sources of revenue to which the City is entitled according to the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the City of Norton
  • Taxpayers are provided with accurate and useful information concerning all revenue assessments.
  • The Commissioner of the Revenue is responsible for diligent and careful maintenance of records in Real Estate, Personal Property, State Income Tax and Business License Tax.
  • The office offers friendly, fair, and efficient service to our citizens and we strive to improve our procedures to best benefit taxpayers.
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