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Qualifying for Roanoke County's Real Estate Tax Freeze for the Elderly and Disabled program depends on several conditions. For complete information about qualifications, see our Real Estate Tax Freeze - Elderly and Disabled page.
You may call our office if you have disposed, traded or sold a vehicle within 30 days. If it has been more than 30 days you will need to report the disposal, trade or sold date to the Department of Motor Vehicle (D.M.V.) before calling our office or using the online filing. Please Contact Department of Motor Vehicle (D.M.V.) at 1-804-497-7100 or their website to remove the vehicle from the Department of Motor Vehicle (D.M.V.) records and then call our office.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles and the Commissioner of the Revenue must be notified of these transaction. This is the legal responsibility of the citizen, not that of the dealership or new owner.
Appraisers in the Real Estate Valuation Department review recent sales in each area to establish market value. For more information about the appraisal, see Real Estate Valuation.
For previous years' payments and balances of Real Estate or Personal Property taxes, please contact the Roanoke County's Treasurer's office.
Veterans who have a service connected disability may qualify for this real estate tax exemption program. For more information, see the requirements listed on Real Estate Tax Exemption for Disabled Veterans.