How does the Invalidation of the Reassessment Impact the County’s Budget?

As required by State Law, Pittsylvania County typically completes the reassessment process on a four-year cycle. Periodically updating the assessed values of properties in the County ensures fair taxation. With the invalidation of the 2022 reassessment, the County will be relying on the results of the 2018 reassessment through 2022 and 2023 (which includes FY 23 and FY 24). 

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1. Why was the 2022 reassessment thrown out?
2. What value is being used for my 2022 property taxes?
3. Will I receive an updated property valuation notice in the mail for the 2022 reassessment?
4. What if I appealed my reassessment to the County’s vendor, Brightminds?
5. Will there be a Board of Equalization this year?
6. Are taxpayer dollars being used to pay for another vendor to perform a countywide reassessment?
7. How does the Invalidation of the Reassessment Impact the County’s Budget?
8. If I was asked by the Circuit Court to be on the Board of Equalization, when can I expect to serve on the BOE?