PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – Officials with Pittsylvania County have announced that, due to COVID-19 exposures, the county Treasurer and Commissioner of the Revenue offices will be closed to the public until Dec. 9.
Both offices are undergoing a deep cleaning while employees are getting tested and contact tracing efforts are underway.
“Pittsylvania County remains committed to ensuring continuity of services for our citizens while also providing a safe working environment for our employees.”David Smitherman, Pittsylvania County Administrator
Even though both offices are closed to the public, citizens will still have access to the services that each department provides.
Citizens looking to pay taxes with the Treasurer’s Office can pay online by clicking here, via mail at P.O. Box 230, Chatham, VA 24531 or by calling (800) 272-9829 or by using one of the drop boxes outside of the Courthouse.
In-person payments are not being accepted while the offices are closed to the public.
Citizens who need to speak with someone at the Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office can call (434) 432-7940 or the Treasurer at (434) 432-7960.
Though both offices are located inside of the Pittsylvania County Courthouse, no other departments in the Courthouse are believe to have been exposed.
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