County of Greensville, Virginia


March 20, 2020

The Greensville County Government Building closed at 12 pm on Friday, March 20, 2020 to the public.

The building will remain closed to the public until further notice.

At this time, our departments remain staffed. 

Citizens are encouraged to conduct business, when possible, via online, e-mail, mail or phone. Citizens that need additional assistance may schedule an appointment with the appropriate department at:

Building & Planning  

Commission of the Revenue 



Public Transportation  



Water & Sewer Authority 

For general questions, please call the main number at 434-348-4205.

March 19, 2020

Greensville County is encouraging all residents to be diligent in taking precautions and protecting themselves and others.  Residents are encouraged to visit the following website links for more information in regards to COVID-19 (Coronavirus):


15 Days to Slow the Spread -


How to Protect Yourself  -

When and How to Wash Your Hands -


Handwashing: Clean & Save Lives -


Clean & Disinfect -


Symptoms -


Share Facts about COVID-19 -


What to Do if You are Sick with the Coronas Virus COVID-19 -


What You Need to Know About Handwashing (YouTube Video) -

March 18, 2020

As our nation prepares for the Covid-19 virus, the Greensville County Water & Sewer Authority (GCWSA) is here to serve you. GCWSA will continue to provide you uninterrupted service.  Our business office is open during normal business hours.  We are taking every precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  We encourage customers to pay bills online or via mail. GCWSA will install a payment drop box in the next two to three weeks.  This new payment option will allow you to make payments without entering the building.  If you need to interact with our staff please contact our office via phone, email or mail. 

Visitors entering the Greensville County Government Building will be screened to ensure they are not at risk of the virus.  While in the Government Building, we ask you to maintain personal space between yourself and others. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, as it is part of our efforts to keep our customers and employees healthy while limiting the spread of the virus. 

GCWSA customers are encouraged to pay their utility bills online or by mail.  or by phone at 888-272-9829

You will need the following:

• Jurisdiction code for GCWSA (1013)
• Customer/Account number
• A convenience fee of $1.95 will be charged for each credit card payment through Official Payments.

If you have questions, please contact the office at (434) 348-4213.

March 17, 2020

The Greensville County Board of Supervisors and Staff of the Greensville County Government Building
are committed to the continued health and safety of the citizens. Greensville County is taking all
precautionary measures possible during the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. The Greensville County
Board of Supervisors, Department Heads, and Constitutional Officers held a teleconference with
representatives from the Virginia Department of Health on Monday, March 16 and discussed the virus
outbreak and preventative measures needed to ensure the health and safety of our citizens and

The Greensville County Government Building remains open and all departments are currently in full
operation. The County will continue to provide services to our residents with as little of
disruption as possible during this pandemic.

Effective immediately, until further notice, all visitors entering the Government Building will be
directed to the receptionist at the front desk. Visitors will be asked a battery of questions in
regards to possible symptoms in relation to the COVID-19 virus as well as questions related to
travel outside of the United State and/or the Commonwealth of Virginia. Each time a visitor enters
the facility, they will need to complete the battery of questions. Once a visitor completes the
series of questions, they will be directed to appropriate department and/or office. Greensville
County encourages the public to transact business and make payments via alternative methods rather
than visiting the building.

Staff has increased the cleaning and disinfecting process throughout the building.

Residents who are experiencing symptoms of the COVID-19 Coronavirus are encouraged to refrain from
entering the facility and return once they no longer have symptoms. Symptoms include:
•    Fever
•    Shortness of breath
•    Coughing
•    Sore throat
Residents of the Greensville County should review the following in regards to services provided by
our Departments:

Greensville County Commissioner of the Revenue

The Greensville County Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office is requesting patrons to
refrain from coming into the office until the Coronavirus is under control.

Residents are encouraged to mail, e-mail (, or fax (434-348-3189)
the following:

•    2020 Personal Property Lists
•    2019 Virginia State Tax Returns
•    2021 Virginia State Estimated Returns
•    Transit Lodging Returns
•    Food and Beverage Returns
•    Business Licenses

Personal Property lists may be called in by phone. To make arrangements for payment call the
Treasurer at 434-348-4229. Payments may be made by Credit Card, Check, Money Order, auto pay or
drop box. If you have any questions, please call Martha Swenson at 434-348-4227 should there be any

Greensville County Treasurer’s Office

All taxpayers are encouraged to contact the Greensville County Treasurer’s Office via telephone at
(434) 348-4229 and attempt to refrain from conducting any business in- person. Staff will be
available by phone to address any concerns during normal business hours.

Payments can be made using the online payment option, or by calling
1-888-272-9829. Taxpayers can obtain all information needed to make electronic payments by calling
the office at (434) 348-4229. As always, payments will be accepted by mail.

Greensville County Water and Sewer Authority

Greensville County Water and Sewer Authority customers have the following options when making water
bill payments: Residents are encouraged to pay online or by mail. Forms of payment accepted

•     Cash
•     Check or money order
•     Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover accepted in the office
• Credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover) by phone or online through Official
o Call 1-888-272-9829 from any touch-tone phone, or log on to You will
need the jurisdiction code for Greensville County (1013), your water bill number, a valid credit
card number, and a daytime telephone number.
o  This service is available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
o A convenience fee of $1.95 will be charged for each credit card payment through Official

• In the next 14 to 21 days, the Greensville County Water and Sewer Authority anticipates
installing a payment drop box that will be accessible from the outside of the building. The payment
drop box will be located by the front exterior doors by the Water and Sewer Department. The
payments will be processed within the next business day of placing in the box. This added payment
option will allow residents to make payment without entering the building.

If a customer has any questions in regards to payment, please contact the Greensville County Water
and Sewer Authority at (434) 348-4213.

The safety and well-being of our community is of utmost importance during this pandemic and we
appreciate your cooperation for the inconvenience that these
changes may have caused.

March 5, 2020

Greensville County is monitoring developments on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and taking any
precautionary measures possible. Currently, there are no known confirmed cases of COVID-19 in
Greensville County or in Virginia.

Greensville County residents seeking general information about COVID-19 are encouraged to visit the
Virginia Department of Health (
coronavirus/) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (
ncov/index.html) websites for the most current information.

Our Buildings & Ground Custodial Department pay daily attention to common touchpoints in our
buildings, ensure proper hygiene supplies are available and adhere to proper disinfection
protocols. Our Public Transportation staff adhere to proper disinfection protocols of our buses on
a daily basis.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website, the following is
recommended in preventing illness:

The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. However, as a reminder,
CDC always recommends everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory
diseases, including:

•     Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
•     Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
•     Stay home when you are sick.
•     Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
• Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning
spray or wipe.
•     Follow CDC’s recommendations for using a facemask.
                CDC does not recommend that people who are well wear a facemask to protect themselves from
                 respiratory diseases, including COVID-19.
                 Facemasks should be used by people who show symptoms of COVID-19 to help prevent the spread of the disease to others. The use of facemasks is also crucial for health workers and people who are
                 taking care of someone in close settings (at home or in a health care facility).
• Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the
bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

                  If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least
                 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

Residents are encouraged to sign-up for CodeRED by visiting the following link CodeRED is an emergency alert system where
residents will receive phone and/or text messages in the event of an emergency or critical
community alerts.

Greensville County will continue to monitor the situation in regards to COVID-19 and provide
updates as received from the Virginia Department of Health and/or the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention.

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