The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has approved a recommendation from Treasurer H. Roger Zurn to move the personal property tax deadline from May 5 to June 5, 2020.
This extension will give Loudoun County businesses and residents necessary relief during the current COVID-19 situation.
“The Treasurer’s Office and the Board recognize that COVID-19 situation may be impacting our residents economically. Due to the end of the fiscal year and state code, the due date could only be moved to June 5,” Zurn said.
“We are hopeful that our citizens are able to get back to work prior to the new deadline and are committed to working with our taxpayers during this difficult time,” Zurn added. “I have asked my Collection Team to cease any collection actions during this crisis. We stand ready to set up payment plans for those that are most impacted, particularly hourly workers. We are all in this together. Please stay safe and stay strong.”
Bills that are mailed for personal property tax will also be delayed until April, but anyone who chooses to will be able to go online and pay up to the June 5 deadline.
More information about taxes in Loudoun County is online at loudoun.gov/taxes.