June 2022 Personal Property Tax Relief
At the June 7 Board of Supervisors Meeting, County Administrator Neil Morgan outlined efforts to mitigate the increase in personal property tax bills due to the unexpected rise in vehicle values reflected in this year’s assessment.
- Bills are due June 25th with a 2% late payment penalty that would normally increase to 10% starting July 21. The 2% late payment penalty will remain in place through September 30, 2022, giving citizens more time to pay their 1st half 2022 personal property tax bill with the lower penalty.
- A Personal Property Tax Relief Hardship Program has been established and the application process is being administered by the County’s Department of Community Services. Inquiries can be made by calling 757-890-3885 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for assistance will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and specific criteria is outlined below to qualify:
- Gross income must be less than $55,000
- Must be current on all personal property tax payments
- Your 2022 personal property taxes must have increased by at least $100
- Maximum relief per household is $250
- Application for 2022 Personal Property Tax Relief
- THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AND STAFF ARE WORKING TO IMPLEMENT ADDITIONAL MEANS OF PROVIDING RELIEF TO COUNTY TAXPAYERS THAT WILL BE EFFECTIVE WITH THE DECEMBER BILLS.
Read how vehicles are assessed in York County per State Code on the Commissioner of the Revenue’s website.