The 2023 Reassessment notices have been mailed. To view your values and the values of other properties in Montgomery County, visit https://reassessment.montva.com The reassessment
books will also be available in the Commissioner of the Revenues office, the Circuit Court Clerk’s office, the Blacksburg library, the Christiansburg Library, and the Meadowbrook library in Shawsville.
2023 Reassessment Appeals
To appeal your assessment, tear/cut off the return hearing form at the bottom of your notice with your reason for appeal and mail it to Montgomery County Reassessment Office, P.O. Box 6064, Christiansburg, VA 24068. You may attach a letter, pictures,
appraisals or any documentation to your appeal. You can also scan and email your return hearing form to email@example.com or you can visit https://forms.montva.com/Forms/ReassessmentAppeal to automatically send your appeal electronically.
We strongly encourage you to file an appeal through email or online to ensure it is received prior to the deadline. All appeals must be received/post marked no later than Friday December 16,2022.
You will be notified by mid-January 2023 through mail of the outcome of any appeals.
Board of Equalization
Montgomery County is establishing a Board of Equalization (BOE) to review any appeals that are not resolved by appealing to the Reassessment Office. Dates for these hearings will be advertised in local newspapers and online at the County website.
The BOE will be scheduling hearings sometime in February and March of 2023.
The County is required by the Code of Virginia to reassess properties at 100 percent of market value at least every four years. The reassessed value and the real estate tax rate are used to determine real estate tax bills. Property owners will
receive notices of the new assessed values in the of fall 2022. The reassessed property values will go into effect Jan. 1, 2023, and will remain in effect until the 2027 reassessment.