Commissioner of the Revenue

The Commissioner of the Revenue's Office is responsible for the administration of the following local taxes:

  • Personal Property Tax Assessment
  • Local Business, Professional Occupation License
  • Meals & Lodging Tax
  • Tax Relief for the Elderly and /or Totally disabled
  • Short Term Rental Tax
  • Real Estate Records and Taxes
  • Motor Vehicle Registration

Additional responsibilities include:

  • Receipt of Virginia individual Income Tax Returns
  • Provide assistance in the filing of Virginia Individual Income Tax Returns
  • Problem resolution between taxpayers and the Virginia Department of Taxation
  • Monitor legislation to be acted upon by the General Assembly that may affect our community
  • Maintain a library of tax forms

Ann T. Burkholder, Commissioner of the Revenue

Your Commissioner of the Revenue is a constitutional officer elected by fellow Winchester city citizens to a four-year term.  The Commissioner of the Revenue is responsible for the equitable application of the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Ordinances of the City of Winchester directed by the Code of Virginia.

"Our goal is to provide state mandated duties of fair and equitable assessments, while providing quality customer service for the citizens of the City of Winchester." - Ann Burkholder​

Ann BurkholderFirst Elected: January 1, 2010
Term Expires: December 31, 2021

Office/Mailing Address: Creamery Building, 21 S. Kent Street, Suite 100
(CLOSED until further notice as a COVID-19 precaution. Staff available vai phone & email.)
Office Hours: 8:00 am-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday
Staff Available by Phone & Email: 8:00 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday
DROP BOX AVAILABLE OUTSIDE BUILDING

Phone (540) 667-1815, option 4
Fax (540) 667-8937

Email


Did you receive unemployment benefits? Have the right tax withheld for 2020

Unemployment Benefits are Taxable

Unemployment benefits must be reported on your federal tax return. A record number of Americans are applying for unemployment compensation due to the COVID-19 Outbreak. If you received unemployment benefits, as well as the additional $600 per week in coronavirus relief any time during the year, your tax return may be affected. Click here for more information.

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