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Since 1870, the Virginia Constitution has required that the post of Treasurer be an elected office, making the local Treasurer accountable directly to the citizens.
The Treasurer is the chief financial officer of the county and is responsible for collecting revenues in the form of taxes and fees. These revenues include:
Access online services via our e-Treasurer Services website.
The County of Cumberland requires that all dogs four months and older be licensed.
Cumberland County accepts payments in person or by mail.
Personal property taxes are due once a year on November 15th. Personal Property tax for Cumberland County is filed on Form 762, Return of Tangible Personal Property.
The Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, provides for the assessment and collection of real estate taxes based on fair market value established by the governing body each year.