How can I pay my real estate taxes?
You can use one of our convenient payment methods, either providing payment through the mail, in person, overnight delivery, or online.

Pay online by eCheck (electronic check) or credit card.

By Mail
County of Loudoun
Treasurer's Office
P.O. Box 347
Leesburg, VA 20178-0347

County of Loudoun
Treasurer's Office
P.O. Box 1000
Leesburg, VA 20178

In Person
1 Harrison St. SE
Leesburg, VA
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

21641 Ridgetop Cir.
Sterling, VA

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Drop boxes are conveniently located at both locations.

Overnight Delivery
County of Loudoun Treasurer's Office
1 Harrison St. SE, 1st Floor
Leesburg, VA 20175

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1. When do you mail out bills?
2. I did not get my bill, what do I do?
3. How do I change or correct my address on my Real Estate bill?
4. What do I need to do to get my name corrected on the bill?
5. I just received my tax bill and it is significantly different than my neighbors in the exact same house. Why?
6. When will my taxes be due if I am appealing my assessment?
7. How can I pay my real estate taxes?
8. Can I make partial payments or installments on my real estate taxes?
9. How long does a payment take to post to your system?
10. If I can't pay my taxes what happens?
11. What is the grace period for paying my taxes in full?
12. I received multiple bills for the same parcel, but different amounts. What are they for?
13. What is a Construction Supplement Bill?
14. We just purchased a new home, and believe that all taxes were taken care of at settlement. Why are we getting this tax bill?
15. I received a real estate tax bill, but I escrow my taxes. Why am I getting it?
16. How can I find out if my mortgage company committed to paying my taxes?
17. The most recent tax bill was paid, but now I received a delinquent tax bill. Why?
18. I just refinanced with a new mortgage company, what should I do?
19. My mortgage company said they paid my taxes, and now you are telling me I can not get a building permit because the taxes are delinquent?