Overview

**BTP Property Tax Filing Deadline Extended: To help businesses impacted by the economic impact of COVID-19, the County has extended the Business Tangible Personal (BTP) Property tax filing deadline from April 15 to May 17, 2021. This extension will provide relief to the County’s business owners during this continued period of business interruptions and will align the filing date with the recently announced change to the Internal Revenue Service date.

**COVID-19 Update – June 30, 2020Prince William County re-opened county facilities to the public on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, in accordance with Governor Northam's authorization of Phase 3. The Finance Department’s public-facing offices are Taxpayer Services and Real Estate Assessments. Taxpayer Services will be fully operational for walk-in visitors, with the exception of the Ferlazzo building location which will remain closed until further notice. Real Estate Assessments is open to the public by appointment only. Face coverings (as defined below) will be enforced in all County buildings. All other Finance offices will remain open for business virtually. For details on office locations, visit: Contact Us

Prince William County Government is committed to providing a safe workplace for all employees and customers. Consistent with the Governor’s Executive order 63, County employees that serve the public and members of the public aged ten and over are required to wear a mask and practice social distancing when entering, exiting, traveling through, and spending time inside Prince William County government facilities for the purpose of securing public services County buildings.

** Information on filing 2020 Business Tangible Personal Property Tax here.

**Information on filing 2021 tax relief program applications here.

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Michelle L. Attreed
Director of Finance/CFO

Timothy M. Leclerc
Deputy Director of Finance

The Finance Department promotes excellence, quality, and efficiency by maximizing available resources by providing innovative financial and risk mitigation services to a broad range of internal and external customers.  This responsibility is accomplished through sound financial management practices, effective leadership, and a team of employees committed to maintaining fiscal integrity and financial solvency of the County government.
 
The Finance Department is responsible for: