Where may local tax returns be filed?

Personal property tax returns may be filed by mail to:
Commissioner of the Revenue
P.O. Box 1222
Martinsville, VA 24114-1222

They can also be filed in person at the Commissioner of the Revenue's office at:
55 W Church Street
Room 101
Martinsville, VA 24112

Or dropped in the City Treasurer's overnight lock box located beside the drive-thru at 55 W. Church Street.  Please note "Commissioner of the Revenue" on your envelope if you are not using a preprinted envelope.

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1. What is generally considered personal property for taxation purposes?
2. How is the amount of tax to be levied on personal property determined?
3. Does the City of Martinsville prorate personal property taxes for property sold, transferred, or disposed of during the year?
4. If I move out of Martinsville or sell my motor vehicle during the tax year, am I responsible for paying taxes for the full year?
5. What is the personal property tax relief act?
6. Does my vehicle qualify for car tax relief?
7. How is personal property assessed?
8. How do I appeal the assessed value of my vehicle?
9. If my vehicle is unused or unregistered at Department of Motor Vehicles, do I still need to register with the commissioner's office and pay personal property taxes?
10. Where may local tax returns be filed?