The Treasurer's office at City Hall has temporarily relocated to 400 N Washington St. due to City Hall Renovation Project construction activity, which will last most of 2018. Office hours will still be Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Responsibilities of the Treasurer's Office include tax billing and the collection, safeguarding, and disbursement of all city funds. The Treasurer works closely with the Commissioner of the Revenue, the Real Estate Assessor, and the Department of Finance to help ensure the best possible service to citizens.
2019 Tax Relief Applications
The 2018 Tax Relief Application Packets for Real Estate and Personal Property taxes were mailed on February 20, 2019.
If this is your first time applying for tax relief, please select the appropriate Initial Application form based on your status from one of four designations: an Elderly and/or Disabled Resident (age 65 or older), a Disabled Veteran, a Surviving Spouse of a Disabled Veteran, or a Surviving Spouse of a Service Member Killed in Action.
If you qualified for and received tax relief last year, please select the appropriate Re-Certification Form based on your status from one of three designations: an Elderly and/or Disabled Resident, a Disabled Veteran or their Surviving Spouse, or a Surviving Spouse of a Service Member Killed in Action.
The 2018 Personal Property Tax ("Car Tax") and Business Personal Property Tax bills are due Friday, October 5, 2018. A new City ordinance passed in August 2016 requires an additional late payment penalty on personal property bills that remain unpaid after 60 days. The additional penalty amount is 15 percent of the unpaid tax and will be applied on December 5, 2018. A statutory 10 percent penalty is already required on all bills remaining unpaid after the due date. The 15 percent penalty applied on December 5 will be in addition to the 10 percent. Please note that the so called “super penalty” only applies to personal property taxes. Avoid late payment penalties by paying on time!
Coin Acceptance Policy
In order to maintain efficient operation of the office, the Treasurer's Office will not accept unrolled coins in excess of 50 coins on a given business day for any debts owed to the City by a citizen or business. A maximum of 20 rolls (rolled coin) will be accepted on a given business day. Learn more about the coin acceptance policy.
Online Bill Pay
The Falls Church Treasurer's Office now offers online bill payment! In partnership with Invoice Cloud™, a web-based online bill service, the Treasurer's Office provides residents an easy and convenient method to view and pay bills online.
The Treasurer's Office is excited to offer citizens another way to pay their tax bills: text message. Pay by Text customers can make payments anytime, anywhere on their mobile phone. Customers will receive text alerts when their bill is ready.
Jody Acosta, elected in July 2014, is the Treasurer for Falls Church. Treasurer Acosta is an independent constitutional officer who answers directly to the voters of Falls Church. The office is partially funded by the Commonwealth of Virginia for the performance of state responsibilities, such as the collection and transmission of state income taxes and other state funds.