Treasurer Laura Rudy

Effective December 21, 2020 - February 26, 2021 all Stafford County buildings will be closed to the public because of the growing concern of COVID-19. The Treasurer’s office will continue to be available to serve your needs by: phone, email, or live chat services.

Treasurer agents are available to assist citizens through Live Chat, email, or by phone on (540) 658-8700 Monday - Friday, between the hours of 9:00am - 3:00pm.

We encourage citizens to visit our myStafford Customer Portal for account information, to make a payment on Utility accounts, Real Estate or Personal Property taxes or to purchase a lifetime Dog license. Citizens may pay by phone on 1-844-817-9045.

Important Update: Stafford County Board of Supervisor’s adopt Emergency Ordinance to temporarily lower penalties and interest to zero through January 29th, 2021 for Real Estate and Personal Property taxes due December 5, 2020.

December 2020 update:

In response to the continued uncertainties of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Board of Supervisors on December 1st, 2020 adopted Emergency Ordinance EO20-05 to temporarily lower penalties and interest to zero through January 29th, 2021 for Real Estate and Personal property tax payments due December 5th, 2020.

June 2020 update:
In addition, to respond to the continued economic uncertainties our taxpayers face, on June 2nd, 2020 the Board of Supervisors adopted Emergency Ordinance EO20-04 to temporarily lower penalties and interest to zero for Real Estate Taxes through July 5th, 2020 for Real Estate and Personal property tax payments due June 5th, 2020.

May 2020 update:
To assist the taxpayers during this Coronavirus pandemic on May 5th, 2020 the Board of Supervisors adopted Emergency Ordinance EO20-02, to temporarily lower penalties and interest to zero for Tangible Personal Property tax payments through July 5th, 2020 for Real Estate and Personal property tax payments due June 5th, 2020.


Mission


The mission of the Treasurer's Office is to ensure effective collection and investment of all revenue while providing courteous and convenient service to the taxpaying public.

Responsibilities


The primary functions of the Treasurer's office can be grouped into four major categories:
  • Collection and receipt of revenue
  • Safekeeping of the revenue
  • Investment of revenue
  • Disbursement of funds

Laura Rudy, Treasurer                 "Elected to serve"
There are over three hundred categories of County receipts. The major collections are that of real estate tax, personal property tax, state income tax, consumer utility tax, vehicle license fees, dog license fees, permit fees, and water and sewer (utilities) charges.