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Leesburg Property Owners to Receive Consolidated Real Estate Tax Bills from Loudoun County

Property owners will no longer receive separate tax bills from the Town of Leesburg.

Post Date:04/25/2019 11:33 AM
Leesburg, VA (April 25, 2019) – As of January 1, 2019, Loudoun County has assumed responsibility for billing, collecting, and administering real estate taxes for the Town of Leesburg. 

Under the new consolidated system, residents and businesses in Leesburg will no longer receive two separate bills with separate due dates for county and town real estate taxes. Instead, residents and businesses will receive one bill listing both county and town taxes. This change will result in taxpayers making a single payment made to Loudoun County. The Loudoun County Treasurer’s Office will process the tax payments and remit the appropriate amount to the town. 

The Loudoun County Treasurer’s Office will also undertake collection efforts for accounts which may become delinquent after the January 1, 2019, effective date. Leesburg will continue to collect delinquent real estate taxes due for 2018 and years prior to 2018. 

“By consolidating real estate tax bills, we are simplifying the tax payment process for our property owners,” said Clark Case, Leesburg’s Director of Finance and Administrative Services. 

For more information about the new consolidated real estate tax billing process, visit the Loudoun County website at

Media Contact:
Betsy Arnett
Public Information Officer

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