Wise County 2016 1st Half Real Estate Taxes are due on May 31, 2016 to avoid a late penalty and interest charges.
||If you have previously requested to receive your tax bills electronically via e-mail, please click the link below and follow instructions. Your Wise County account number and bill type (real estate or personal property) is required when creating an account. If you have any questions please contact our office.
MAY 31, 2016 DEADLINE TO PAY COUNTY TAXES
The deadline to pay the first half of Wise County 2016 real estate taxes is May 31, 2016.
After the May 31st due date, penalty will be added to taxes that have not been paid. The penalty is 10% or $2.00, whichever is greater; however, the penalty shall in no case exceed the amount of the original tax. In addition, 5% interest per year will be charged beginning June 1, 2016.
Payments can be mailed to Wise County Treasurer, P O Box 1308, Wise VA 24293 or paid in person at the Wise County Treasurers’ Office located in Wise, during regular office hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Wise County Treasurer offers citizens the convenience of making tax payments at the following banks:
First Bank & Trust – in Wise and City of Norton;
Miners Exchange Banks – in Appalachia, Coeburn, St Paul, Wise and City of Norton;
New Peoples Bank in Big Stone Gap, Esserville and Pound;
Powell Valley National Bank in Big Stone Gap and Wise
Provided for additional taxpayers’ convenience, taxes may also be paid by credit card through, www.webfeepay.com.
NOTE: A service fee will be charged by the provider.
For address changes and questions about the assessment of your property, contact the Commissioner of Revenue's Office at (276) 328-3556 or (276) 328-3557.
For questions concerning payments or if you have not received a tax ticket for property owned, please contact the Wise County Treasurer’s Office at (276) 328-3666.
Information provided by: Delores W. Smith, CPA, MGT, Wise County Treasurer
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