Changes due to COVID-19 have resulted in a large increase in the DMV Select traffic at County offices of the Commissioner of Revenue and the Treasurer. This has forced some changes in the way the offices operate. We wish to provide the best service to all of our clients, thus we ask that those wishing to conduct County business with the Commissioner of Revenue or the Treasurer bypass the DMV line and speak to the individual at the left door of the building.
The elected post of Treasurer was created in the Virginia Constitution of 1870. The Treasurer’s Independent status as an elected official ensures that local funds will be collected, invested and spent by an officer who reports directly to the people.
The Treasurer is the chief financial officer for Mathews County, collecting taxes and local fees, and making payments on behalf of the local government. The Treasurer manages the investment of local funds and maintains records of local finances.
The Treasurer is responsible for every form of revenue which comes to Mathews County including:
- Dog Tags
- License Taxes
- Meals Tax
- Real Estate Taxes
- Sheriff and Clerk Fees
- Tangible Personal Property Taxes
Important Dates to Remember
- Business License Due Dates: Gross receipts figures due to the Commissioner of the Revenue by March 1st of each year.
- Business License Payment Due: April 1st of each year
- Dog License Due Date: By December 31st of each year
- Meals Tax Due Date: The 20th of each month
- Personal Property Due Date: December 5th of each year
- Real Estate Due Dates: June 5th and December 5th of each year