Commissioner of Revenue
Welcome to Smyth County - the home of Hungry
Mother State Park ,
the gateway to the Mount Rogers Natural Recreation Center, and
a hub of business and industrial development in Southwest Virginia.
This is home to us and a great place for you to be.
We work diligently to help to provide for the needs of our citizens, yet strive to
protect them from excessive tax structures so individuals can make
the investments they need and spur on economic growth from the grass roots.
I am pleased to be elected to serve our community, and work with my staff to
insure equitable assessment of personal property, business equipment and
machinery & tools. We provide real estate data to the Board of Supervisors' appointed assessors and Board of Equalization. We compile different forms of information to assist the Board of Supervisors make the difficult choices they are charged in making to help Smyth County grow. Real Estate information is transferred to our office from the Clerk of the Court office and we strive to insure the information is properly maintained and up to date.
We work to assist constituents applying for Senior Citizen / Totally & Permanently Disable Tax Relief, Veterans Tax Relief, processing their Virginia State Income Tax and estimated tax payments, reporting their personal property, and insuring businesses and industries properly completed and processed.
Working to help make Smyth County a Great Place to Live, Work, and Prosper.
Commissioner of the Revenue
Virginia Freedom of Information Act
Please contact Jeff Richardson concerning any VFOIA request. It is recommended, though not required, that VFOIA requests be made in writing. Requests can be made in person, by phone, by mail, or electronically. It is not necessary to specify the reason for your request. However, you must provide your name and legal address.
Smyth County Commissioner of Revenue Office
Smyth County Courthouse
109 West Main Street, Suite G011
Marion, VA 24354