County of Greensville, Virginia



Mailing address:
P.O. Box 1055
Emporia, Virginia 23847

Street Address:
1781 Greensville County Circle Suite 122
Emporia, Virginia 23847

Phone: (434) 348-4229
Fax: (434) 348-4231


Monday - Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Tax Due Dates

Real Estate Tax
December 5

Personal Property Tax
December 5


Pamela A. Lifsey - Photo

Pamela A. Lifsey


Corey B. Morefield - Photo

Corey B. Morefield

Chief Deputy Treasurer

Virginia R. Cherry - Photo

Virginia R. Cherry

Deputy Treasurer

Online Payments and Tax Inquiry





The Constitution of Virginia requires that the Office of the Treasurer be an elected position, making the local Treasurer accountable directly to the citizens. The Treasurer is elected at large for a four year term. The main responsibility of the Treasurer is the collection of state and local funds, the disbursement and investment of the local funds, and the accounting for those funds. Some of the revenues collected include real estate taxes; personal property taxes; vehicle license fees; business licenses; building permit fees; state income taxes; dog tags; and court, sheriff, and clerk fees.


The staff of the Greensville County Treasurer’s Office is committed to maintaining and continuing to develop a far-sighted responsive organization dedicated to providing fair, courteous, and accurate service to the citizens we serve. We feel the key to our success is our continued commitment to excellence.

Tax Rates and Assessments

Tax rates are set each year by the Greensville County Board of Supervisors. Real estate is reassessed every six years at 100% fair market value. Personal property is assessed yearly by use of N.A.D.A. Guide at trade-in value.

Important Dates

Payment Options

Other Billing Information

Real estate bills are mailed in the name of the property owner as of January 1 each year. If you receive a bill for any property you have sold, please forward the bill to the current owner. Real estate bills that are requested by a mortgage company are sent directly to that organization. If you receive a real estate bill and your mortgage company should be paying, you should forward the bill to the mortgage company.  If during the tax year, you pay off your mortgage, you should contact the Treasurer's Office for a copy of the tax bill.  



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