Pay Property Taxes

Pay Property Taxes

Pay your City of Harrisonburg, Virginia Property taxes (Real Estate & Personal Property) online using this service. 

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When is the Personal Property Tax Bill Due in Harrisonburg, VA?

Harrisonburg Personal Property taxes are due on December 5 of each year.  If a due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the due date is extended to the next succeeding business day.

When are Real Estate Tax Bills Due in Harrisonburg, VA?

Harrisonburg Real Estate taxes are calculated on a fiscal year basis and are billed twice a year. The first half is due December 5th and the second half is due June 5th.

Is There Any Tax Break for the Elderly or Disabled in Harrisonburg, VA?

There is a tax break for anybody over the age of 65 or permanently disabled with a gross income not to exceed $30,000 and a net worth not to exceed $75,000. Applications must be filed by May 1 prior to the fiscal year for which the exemption is requested. The title to the property for which exemption is claimed by the person must be held on July 1 of the taxable year by the person or persons claiming exemption.

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Pay Property Taxes

Pay Property Taxes

Pay your City of Harrisonburg, Virginia Property taxes (Real Estate & Personal Property) online using this service. 

FAQs

When is the Personal Property Tax Bill Due in Harrisonburg, VA?

Harrisonburg Personal Property taxes are due on December 5 of each year.  If a due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the due date is extended to the next succeeding business day.

When are Real Estate Tax Bills Due in Harrisonburg, VA?

Harrisonburg Real Estate taxes are calculated on a fiscal year basis and are billed twice a year. The first half is due December 5th and the second half is due June 5th.

Is There Any Tax Break for the Elderly or Disabled in Harrisonburg, VA?

There is a tax break for anybody over the age of 65 or permanently disabled with a gross income not to exceed $30,000 and a net worth not to exceed $75,000. Applications must be filed by May 1 prior to the fiscal year for which the exemption is requested. The title to the property for which exemption is claimed by the person must be held on July 1 of the taxable year by the person or persons claiming exemption.

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