2022 Reassessment Notice Information

Click here for a sample notice mailed on February 9, 2022.

2022 Proposed Assessment - Sorted Alphabetically

2022 Proposed Assessment - Sorted by Parcel ID


Here are links to assist with searching property information:

DateDeadline Information

February 9th

Assessment Notices mailed.

February 9th through March 2nd

Proposed assessments available for review and research

March 2nd

Deadline to hold appeal hearings with County Appraiser

March 31st

Decision letters regarding appeals mailed to taxpayer.  Appeal form for Board Equalization will be available.

April 30th

If still dissatisfied with the assessment, you may further appeal to the Board of Equalization (BOE) Members of the BOE are appointed by the Circuit Court.

April 30th

Deadline to appeal to the Board of Equalization.  

May to June

Hearings scheduled before the Board of Equalization

June 30th

Final decision letters mailed to taxpayer from Board of Equalization


Appeals and supporting documentation must be postmarked by March 2, 2022 or hand delivered to the Office of Real Estate Assessments by 4:30 p.m. on March 2, 2022. No additional material will be accepted after the deadline. Fax or email submissions will be accepted.

The 2022 Notices of Real Estate Assessment Change for Spotsylvania County were mailed on February 9, 2022. Real Estate Assessments are based on sales of real estate over the past two years. The assessment process is a state mandated program and is not controlled at the local level by the Board of Supervisors.

The Office of Real Estate Assessments reviews and assesses property every two years. This assessment notice reflects the revised assessed value as of January 1st. Spotsylvania County is required to assess property at one hundred % (100%) of fair market value. Code of Virginia, Taxation Section 58.1-3201.

Property values change from year to year because of market appreciation or depreciation, new construction, additions, rezoning, land subdivisions, or other changes. Reassessments ensure accuracy, uniformity and equalization of assessed values throughout the County. The assessments have been made by County staff appraisers.


Instructions to Appeal:

If you believe the proposed assessed value does not represent fair market value or is not comparable with similar properties, please make an appointment to discuss and/or appeal the assessment by visiting the Office of Real Estate Assessments or by calling 540-507-7777 between the hours of 9 a.m. to 3 pm, Monday through Friday.

  • To review your assessment with an appraiser, please call 540-507-7777 between the hours of 9 a.m. to 3 pm, Monday through Friday.  All phone conference appointments must be completed before the appeal deadline date. Anyone other than a family member representing the property owner must provide written authorization signed by the owner.
  • If you are unable to informally resolve your dispute with the appraiser, you can file a formal detailed appeal using the form titled ’Application for Review of Real Estate Assessment.’ Appeal forms and instructions are available at the Office of Real Estate Assessments, the Spotsylvania County website, at local libraries, or can be mailed at the request of the taxpayer. Completed appeal forms with supporting documentation must be hand delivered to the Office of Real Estate Assessments, postmarked , emailed or faxed by the appeal deadline date. Upon hearing such complaints, the appraisers will give consideration and increase, decrease or affirm such real estate assessments. The taxpayer will be notified in writing of the final decision at the end of March.
  • If you are still dissatisfied with the Assessment, you may further appeal to the Board of Equalization appointed by the Circuit Court. Appeal form for the Board of Equalization will be available on the Spotsylvania County website or at the Office of Real Estate Assessments at the end of March.

The Assessment is presumed to be correct. By formal appeal, the burden is on the taxpayer to show that the property is assessed at more or less than its fair market value, that the assessment is not uniform, that it is not equalized, or that there are mistakes of fact.

You or your representative must provide supporting documentation when appealing your assessment. All documentation must be submitted with the appeal by the deadline date. Assessment appeals and supporting documentation will not be accepted after the deadline.

All written correspondence should include the Tax Map Number of the subject property and include a day and evening telephone number where you may be reached. Written inquiries will receive the same consideration as appointments.

A complete listing of the proposed 2022 real estate assessments are available for your research and review at the following locations from February 9 through March 2, 2022.
C Melvin Snow Memorial Library(Located in the Marshall Center)8740 Courthouse RdMonday & Tuesday9:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday to Saturday9:00am - 5:30pm
SundayClosed
Salem Church Library2607 Salem Church RdMonday9:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday to Saturday 9:00am - 5:30pm
SundayClosed
Clerk of the Circuit Court (Deed Room)9107 Judicial Center LnMonday - Friday8:00am - 4:30pm
Commissioner of the Revenue's Office - Real Estate Division 
(1st Floor, Holbert Building) 
9104 Courthouse Rd Monday - Friday8:00am - 4:30pm
Office of Real Estate Assessments
(2nd Floor, Holbert Building)
9104 Courthouse Rd  Monday - Friday8:00am - 4:30pm