FAIRFAX, VA - DECEMBER 28: Residents wait in line to pay taxes at the Fairfax County Government Center December 28, 2017 in Fairfax, Virginia. Many people are pre-paying their 2018 property taxes before the end of the calendar year in an attempt to blunt the effects of the new Republican tax law's $10,000 cap on deductions for state and local taxes that will disproportionately affect higher-tax, Democratic-leaning states. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

There’s only a few days left for folks to pay their personal property tax.

The Greene County Collector says most personal property and real estate tax bills were mailed on October 31st and are due by December 31st.

Here are a few things to know:

  1. If you didn’t get a bill or misplaced your bill please look on our website www.countycollector.com and print one from there. If you can’t find one there, you need to call us at 868-4036.
  2. Payments must be postmarked by the US Postal Office or made on our website on or before December 31st.
  3. To save taxpayer dollars, we stuffed as many matching statements as possible in the same envelopes. For example personal property and real estate statements may be in the same envelope. They can sometimes stick together like two new twenty dollar bills.
  4. By far the best way to pay is on our website. No stamp. No lines. No waiting for a receipt to arrive in the mail. www.countycollector.com