http://www.ustaxdata.com/rocktaxsite/documents/2022%20Newspaper%20Ad%20Listing%20FINAL.pdf


The Tax Office will be closed November the 25th and 26th for Thanksgiving .


The Rockingham County Tax Administration has begun the first stage of the 2024 Real Property Appraisal project by partnering with Piner Appraisal. Beginning in November, Rockingham County residents should expect to see appraisers collecting data on homes in our area. 

 

Piner Appraisal has been hired by County Officials to assist in this project. The appraisers performing the field work will be verifying the information the county tax department has on real estate. They verify this data by talking to our citizens, measuring structures and observing the condition of structures while making any changes to the information needed since the last appraisal.

 

“This field work is very important,” Tax Administrator, Mark McClintock said when discussing this part of the project, The information the appraisers get now set the tone for our county for the next reappraisal which will take effect in 2024.  McClintock continued to say you may receive a door hanger notice if more information is needed.

 

In addition to field work, appraisers will analyze the real estate market, gather construction cost information and research sales since the last reappraisal in 2019. The North Carolina General Statutes require all North Carolina counties to reappraise real property at least every 8 years. 

 


Click the link below to get more information on our 2024 Reappraisal of Real Property in Rockingham County!

 

https://rockinghamcounty-nc.municipalone.com/newsview.aspx?nid=6127


Please click on the below link in order to link business personal property online or to request an extension until April 15th.

Electronic Listing System/ Electronic Extension Request System

 

You may also request an extension until April 15th by sending an email to bzpersonal@co.rockingham.nc.us/


GOOD MORNING!

 

In a recent radio interview I gave 2 different dates that interest starts on the unpaid regular tax bills

 

INTEREST STARTS ON JANUARY 6th.

 

I apologize for any confusion or inconvenience.

Mark C. McClintock

 


Effective 12/16/2020------CHANGE IN CONVENIENCE FEES FOR TAX PAYMENT CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS ONLY

Effective 12/16/20 the fixed fee for Regulated Visa and MasterCard consumer debit cards will be lowered from $3.95 to $3.50.
The percentage rate for all other consumer debit  and credit cards  will be lowered from 2.65% to 2.25%.
Business cards, purchasing cards and high rewards cards will be raised from 2.65% to 3.25%.  
 
When paying you will see the convenience fee before you check out. This change takes place December 16th, 2020.

http://www.ustaxdata.com/rocktaxsite/documents/NEWSPAP%202021%20(4).pdf


Each year the Tax Department makes courtesy calls to remind taxpayers who may have outstanding tax bills. 

Since we mail bills in July, this serves as a reminder to pay before the bills go delinquent after January 5, 2021-and interest starts.

This year we are calling earlier than usual. We will be making calls the week of November 30th.

With the challenges of COVID-19 - we want you to avoid long delays if you wait until the last few days to pay.

This call also reminds everyone about the listing season approaching in January.

Here is what the call will say:

"Hello. This is a courtesy call from the Rockingham County Tax Administration office. If you have not paid your annual 2020 property tax bill yet, please do so as soon as possible. They will become past due and subject to forced collections on January 6th, 2021. Also, due to the challenges caused COVID-19, we do expect to be extremely busy towards the end of December and the beginning of January. Therefore, from December 21st through January 5th (excluding weekends and holidays) we will be staying open until 6pm to give our taxpayers more time to come pay. You also have the option to pay your tax bill online or over the phone if you wish to avoid the possibly long wait times to come pay in-person. Please do not forget to list your Personal Property, and any changes to Real Property, during the January 2021 Listing Period. And, if you do wish to come pay or list in person, please note that face masks are required to be worn at all times and we will be limiting the number of people that come into the building at one time. If you are under tax appeal, payment agreement or bankruptcy please disregard this message. Thank you!"

 

336-342-8305 will be the caller id number. 


Please see the video link below for important end of the year tax information on listing your taxes, exemptions and delays you could experience paying your taxes if you wait to the last few days to pay!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roh3HZQ_J8o&feature=youtu.be

This year COVID-19 has been a challenge for us all. Each year many taxpayers wait until the last few days to pay.

This year--please consider paying earlier, mailing your payment, paying online or using our outside drop box to pay.

WE WANT TO KEEP YOU AND OUR STAFF HEALTHY!

All cars are stopped for COVID-19 screening questions, and you will need to remain in your car until we call you to come in. This could result in longer wait times.

Masks are required in the Governmental Center.

 

 


We are mailing tax bills July 27, 2020.

We can handle most questions and processes by mail, email, phone or our website.

We even have an outside drop box for paperwork and payments.

Please call us before you drive out-we can probably help you without you even having to leave your home!

If you do come to the Governmental Center and our office, you will need to stop before parking and check in with an attendant who will take your name and cell phone number. Then you can wait in your car until we call you to come in. We want to keep you social distanced and safe.

Masks are required to enter the building. The attendant outside will provide you with a mask if you do not have one. 

 

We want everyone to remain healthy during this health crisis. 

 

 



We have a new video on the Rockingham County 4-1-1 YouTube channel.

We get asked a lot why the return address on some of our mail and bills is not here in Wentworth.

This video explains why some of our mail and listing forms are returned to Mt. Airy. The video also helps explain why some of your payments go to Charlotte.

You can watch this video on our 4-1-1 channel (episode #20) or at the link below:

https://youtu.be/EEgsnbnHdgg

 


We can handle most questions and processes by mail, email, phone or our website!

Please call us before you drive out-and we can probably help you without you having to leave your home!

We want everyone to remain healthy during this health crisis.

 


WENTWORTH, NC (March 18, 2020) - CALL BEFORE YOU COME represents new, operational changes to protect citizens and employees' health and safety at the Rockingham County Governmental Campus. Constituents are urged to please call 336.342.8100 to first determine if their needs may be met via phone, email, mail or online services.

Then, starting today, Wednesday, March 18th, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., citizens entering the Governmental Campus, 371 NC Hwy. 65, in Reidsville, 27320, will drive to a bright red tent for Rockingham County Governmental Center; OR a bright green tent for Rockingham County Health & Human Services (DSS). A county representative will greet and talk to each driver about his/her needs and contact the specific county department who can assist. The county department will call the driver with details on how they can assist them and next steps to follow.

This new, Monday through Friday procedure, will steer visitors from county lobby areas to support social distancing, per Monday's directives by President Donald Trump to help prevent spreading the Coronavirus. Customers will receive personal service regarding specific needs when they talk with a county representative assisting them near the tent.

Citizens are asked to please bear with these changes for the time being in order to protect all involved. This process will remain in place as county officials regularly evaluate needs based on recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the NC Dept. of Health & Human Services/Division of Public Health.

This is particularly important since some county employees will be working from home in order to facilitate social distancing.

Essential services such as law enforcement, fire, EMS, 9-1-1, and Public Health, will continue as usual. Rockingham County will assess operations on a daily basis to determine if future modifications are needed.

Questions or concerns may be forwarded to the Rockingham County Manager's Office, during normal business hours, at 336.342.8101 or by using this link:

https://rockinghamcounty.municipalcms.com/forms.aspx?fid=646

www.MyRockinghamCountyNC.com


Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute 105- 322, the Rockingham County Board of Equalization and Review hereby gives notice of its intent to meet for 2020. The Rockingham County Board of Equalization and Review meets to hear appeals of property situs, taxability or valuation. The Board will convene for its first meeting Wednesday, April 8, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at the Rockingham County Governmental Center Campus, 371 Hwy 65 West, Wentworth, NC. The Board will adjourn Wednesday, April 22, 2020. In the event of an earlier or later adjournment, notice of that date will be carried in the newspaper.

Informal appeals and appeals for the Board of Equalization and Review need to be made as soon as possible so they can be processed and worked. 

All appeals of real property for the 2020 tax year needs to be in the Tax Administration office or postmarked no later than the April 22, 2020 adjournment date. 

Prior to the adjournment date, any person who owns property in Rockingham County and who wishes to appear before this Board should contact the Rockingham County Tax Administration by phone at (336) 342-8291 or (336) 342-8293 or by mail at PO Box 68, Wentworth, NC 27375 for the appropriate form, application and appointment time. We will let you know what room the Board will meet in when we give you your appointment date and time.


 

North Carolina General Statutes require all North Carolina Counties to advertise delinquent taxes.

Rockingham County Tax Administration will be advertising all delinquent 2019 Real Estate taxes, and Personal Property taxes tied to Real Estate taxes, on March 8, 2020. 

To avoid being advertised in the newspaper, these taxes must be paid in full and received in the Rockingham County Tax Office by 5:00 pm on February 28, 2020.

The owner of record as of January 7, 2020 will be advertised and a fee will be applied.

Thank you!


PERSONAL PROPERTY LISTINGS THAT ARE FILED ONLINE OR RECEIVED IN THE OFFICE AFTER JANUARY 31, 2020 ARE SUBJECT TO A 10% LATE LISTING PENALTY PURSUANT TO N.C. G.S 105-312. UNLESS THE ENVELOPE HAS THE USPS POSTMARK DATE OF JANUARY 31, 2020 OR BEFORE.


We have been notified by some citizens that mail addressed to the Rockingham County Tax Office at PO BOX 68, WENTWORTH, NC 27375-0068 was returned to them as undeliverable.

THIS IS OUR VALID ADDRESS. 

ALL MAIL IS NOT BEING RETURNED TO THE SENDER. It appears very random. 

It is a United States Postal Service issue.

We are working with the United States Postal Service for them to rapidly resolve this issue.


Due to an error at our printer's production facility, your recent Personal Property Listing may have contained the incorrect return envelope. Not all of the envelopes were wrong, only about 12%.

This was a direct result of an error at the print vendor, and should in no way be considered a reflection on the services provided to you by Rockingham County Tax Office. 

            We apologize for this error and the print vendor is mailing the correct return envelope that should be used when completing your 2020 Personal Property Listing. This is being mailed at no charge to Rockingham County. If you had already mailed your listing prior to receiving the new envelope-we will still receive your listing. Both envelopes are returned to our printer for scanning in Mount Airy.  


In January of each year all citizens must list Personal Property and changes to Real Property.

Real property is permanently listed. You only have to list changes that were made in 2019. If you are a new owner, you should get a listing form in the mail. If you have listed personal property or pets in the past, you should get a listing form in the mail. If you do not receive a listing form, and you need to list, you can print one here on our website or call the Tax Office for assistance- 336-342-8305. You can also list in person at the Tax office.

If you have made no changes in your real property, and you do not have pets or personal property you need to list, then you do not need a listing form.

If you are administering an estate of a deceased taxpayer who died in 2019, you need to contact the Tax Office if you do not receive a Listing Form in the new owner or owner’s name(s).

If you receive an exemption, deferment or exclusion, and you need to inform the Tax Office of changes in the status of the property, you need to contact the Tax Office, if you do not receive a Listing Form.

January is the time to apply for most of the property tax exemptions, exclusions and deferments available. Call or check our website pages for more information. 

You may wonder why we do not send listing forms to everyone in the County. The price of postage and printing, and time involved is prohibitive. We have approximately 53,620 parcels in Rockingham County! We save thousands of postage and printing dollars by mailing listing forms only to new owners and those who have listed Personal Property in 2019.

Each year we advertise the need to list for property taxes. Not receiving a form in the mail is not a valid reason that will excuse you from listing Personal Property or improvements and/or changes you have made to your Real Property.

We also sent an orange postcard to property owners who may not have received a listing form with information on what property is required to be listed.

New for 2020 - ONLINE PP Listing:

Do you need to list a change to your real estate or add boats, motors, unregistered motor vehicles or permanently tagged trailers?

Even if you do not receive a listing form (for instance, if you have not listed personal property in the past) you can call us and we can give you your account number and a listing number so you can list online. 

This would only apply if you have real property in Rockingham County. If you do not own real property or did not receive a listing form for your personal property in the mail or by email-you have to use a paper form this year. 

If you have any questions not answered on our website call 336-342-8305 for more information.


Attention Rockingham County Taxpayers, 

            Due to an error at our printer's production facility, your recent Personal Property Listing may have contained the incorrect return envelope. This was a direct result of an error at the print vendor, and should in no way be considered a reflection on the services provided to you by Rockingham County Tax Office. 

            We apologize for this error and the print vendor is mailing the correct return envelope that should be used when completing your 2020 Personal Property Listing. This is being mailed at no charge to Rockingham County.


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY TAX ADMINISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR THE HOLIDAYS DECEMBER 24TH, 25TH AND THE 26TH.

WE ARE ALSO CLOSED JANUARY 1, 2020.

HAPPY AND SAFE HOLIDAYS!


Each year the Tax Department makes around 2000 courtesy calls to remind taxpayers who may have outstanding tax bills. 

This call also reminds taxpayers about the listing season approaching in January.

Here is what they will say:

"This is a courtesy call from the Rockingham County Tax Administration office. If you have not paid your annual 2019 property tax bill, it will become past due after January 6th, 2020. Don't forget to list Personal Property, and any changes to Real Property, during the January 2020 Listing Period."   

336-342-8305 will be the caller id number. 

The calls will be made only within the following times 8:30 am through 5:00 pm.


NEW FOR 2020! We are excited to announce the option to list your personal property online beginning in January for the 2020 tax year.

 

NCDMV has an official app now available!

With myNCDMV app, you can renew your vehicle registration, pay vehicle property tax, order duplicate registration cards or order personal/specialized plates online.  Please visit the Apple App Store or Google Play on your cell phone in order to download the app.

 

SEE OUR FORECLOSURE TAB FOR OCTOBER 14, 2019 TAX FORECLOSURE SALE!


The Rockingham County Tax Department will be selling multiple properties at public auction on October 14, 2019, at the Rockingham County Courthouse. The auction will begin at 10 am. For further information, please visit the Rockingham County Tax Office's website at http://www.ustaxdata.com/rocktaxsite/ or call the Tax Department at 336-342-8305.


We have recently received some calls on parcels that have a Z and a number at the end.

For example 123456Z1 , 123456Z2 or 123456Z6.

If you are searching our website or the County GIS website, and see a parcel with a Z and a number 1, 2 or 6 on the end, BE CAREFUL!

The Z and a number indicate that a tax parcel is split by a taxing jurisdictional line. This means that part of the parcel is taxed in one fire district or city and the remaining part of the parcel id taxed in another fire district or city.

The values and the acreage shown only apply to one part of the parcel. We have to split the acreage and value between both taxing jurisdictions.

If you see a parcel with a Z and a number at the end- like the examples shown- be sure to look for the other part of the parcel with a Z and a number.

Then add the acreages and values together for a total.


The issue has been resolved with the electronic listing of Business Personal Property. If you experience any further issues, please contact us as soon as possible.  Sorry for any inconvenience and Thank you for understanding!


Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute 105- 322, the Rockingham County Board of Equalization and Review hereby gives notice of its intent to meet for 2019. The Rockingham County Board of Equalization and Review meets to hear appeals of property situs, taxability or valuation. The Board will convene for its first meeting Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. at the Rockingham County Governmental Center Campus, 371 Hwy 65 West, Wentworth, NC. The Board will adjourn Wednesday, May 8, 2019. In the event of an earlier or later adjournment, notice of that date will be carried in the newspaper.

Informal appeals and appeals for the Board of Equalization and Review need to be made as soon as possible so they can be processed and worked. 

All appeals of real property for the 2019 tax year needs to be in the Tax Administration office or postmarked no later than the May 8, 2019 adjournment date. 

Prior to the adjournment date, any person who owns property in Rockingham County and who wishes to appear before this Board should contact the Rockingham County Tax Administration by phone at (336) 342-8291 or (336) 342-8293 or by mail at PO Box 68, Wentworth, NC 27375 for the appropriate form, application and appointment time. We will let you know what room the Board will meet in when we give you your appointment date and time.

 

 


Please click on this link to get receipts for registered motor vehicles: https://edmv.ncdot.gov/MyDMV/MyDMVAccount/Login?ReturnUrl=%2FMyDMV%2F


North Carolina General Statutes require all North Carolina Counties to advertise delinquent taxes.

Rockingham County Tax Administration will be advertising all delinquent 2018 Real Estate taxes, and Personal Property taxes tied to Real Estate taxes, on March 10, 2019. 

To avoid being advertised in the newspaper, these taxes must be paid in full and received in the Rockingham County Tax Office by 5:00 pm on March 1, 2019.

The owner of record as of January 6, 2019 will be advertised and a fee will be applied.

Thank you!

 

 


With the Tax Department sending out almost 50,000 notices of change of value, we could receive a large volume of calls.

If you leave a message with our appraisal department-it may be the next business day for a return call. 

We will return your call!

Please see our 2019 Revaluation Tab for more information.

Thank you!

 


The majority of the 2019 Revaluation Change of Value Notices will mail on 1/30/19. 

Notices on some properties we are finalizing, or have new construction, will mail later. 

If you feel your new value is substantially higher or lower than the market value, and wish to appeal your new value, please follow the instructions on the value notice. Appeal forms need to be filled out in their entirety-one for each appealed property. You can mail, fax or email the appeal form. You can use the online appeal process in our Check My Value Tool under the 2019 Revaluation Tab on this site.

Appraisers may not be available if you visit our office. They will be working in the field during most of this busy time.

We do not accept appeals by telephone. If you call for information and we have a large volume of calls, you may have to leave a voicemail. We will return your call. 

It will take some time for us to work all the appeals. If you appeal you will receive another notice stating the results of the value review. 

BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE 2019 REVALUATION TAB ON OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE 2019 REVALUATION.

 


Rockingham County Offices are closed December 24, 25 and 26.

 

Have a safe and happy holiday season! 


Each year the Tax Department makes around 2000 courtesy calls to remind taxpayers who may have outstanding tax bills. 

This call also reminds taxpayers about the listing season approaching in January.

Here is what they will say:

"This is a courtesy call from the Rockingham County Tax Administration office. If you have not paid your annual 2018 property tax bill, it will become past due after January 7th, 2019. Don't forget to list Personal Property, and any changes to Real Property, during the January 2019 Listing Period. If you are under tax appeal, payment agreement or bankruptcy please disregard this message."  

336-342-8305 will be the caller id number. 

 


An informal 2019 Revaluation/Reappraisal Meeting will be held December 17, 2018 - from 2:00pm until 5:00pm in the Board  of Commissioners room in the Rockingham County Governmental Center.

Rockingham County Tax Administration will be available to answer any questions you may have.

We can discuss the revaluation one-on-one or in small groups. 

There is no formal meeting schedule-so you can come in at your convenience from 2:00pm until 5:00pm.  

 

 


The fiber optic issue affecting phone operation in Rockingham County has been repaired.  
The necessary repairs were completed a little past 11 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 4th. 
We appreciate the efforts of Rockingham County Information Technology. 


ALL NON-EMERGENCY ROCKINGHAM COUNTY GOVERNMENTAL TELEPHONE LINES ARE DOWN AT THIS TIME.  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IS WORKING WITH THE PHONE VENDOR TO RESTORE SERVICES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR PATIENCE WHILE THIS ISSUE IS RESOLVED.
YOU CAN STILL DIAL 9-1-1 FOR EMERGENCIES VIA GUILFORD COUNTY'S EMERGENCY SERVICES.
CELL PHONES ARE NOT AFFECTED.  



The Tax Department was informed today that VISA has made a change on the courtesy/transaction fee.

For several years the charge for using a VISA debit card was a flat $3.95.

Credit Card users were charged 2.65% of the transaction amount.

Some VISA debit cards remain at $3.95 while others will charge the 2.65% of the transaction courtesy fee.

Before finalizing your transaction the fees will be displayed.

We have requested clarification and are investigating this sudden change.  


2018 Tax Bills Have been Mailed. 

We wanted to remind everyone that this bill does not reflect the 2019 Revaluation values coming out in January.

To avoid interest and forced collections-make sure to pay your bill by January 7, 2019.

You can always make partial payments on your bill. This can help ease the impact of waiting until December or January.

 

 

 

 

 

 


The Rockingham County Tax Department will be holding a public foreclosure auction on Monday, August 6th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Rockingham County Courthouse in Wentworth.

To see a list and description of the properties being auctioned, please visit the Tax Department's foreclosure web page at: http://www.ustaxdata.com/rocktaxsite/foreclosure.cfm

For questions or concerns about the properties being foreclosed or foreclosure procedures, please call our office at (336) 342-8305 or visit our FAQ page at: http://www.ustaxdata.com/rocktaxsite/page.cfm?id=10 


Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute 105- 322, the Rockingham County Board of Equalization and Review hereby gives notice of its intent to meet for 2018. The Rockingham County Board of Equalization and Review meets to hear appeals of property situs, taxability or valuation. The Board will convene for its first meeting Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. in the Rockingham County Governmental Center, 371 Hwy 65 West, Wentworth, NC. The Board will adjourn Wednesday, April 18, 2018. In the event of an earlier or later adjournment, notice of that date will be carried in the newspaper.

Prior to the adjournment date, any person who owns property in Rockingham County and who wishes to appear before this Board should contact the Rockingham County Tax Administration by phone at (336) 342-8291 or (336) 342-8293 or by mail at PO Box 68, Wentworth, NC 27375 for the appropriate form, application and appointment time.

 


Please click on this link to get receipts for registered motor vehicles: https://edmv.ncdot.gov/MyDMV/MyDMVAccount/Login?ReturnUrl=%2FMyDMV%2F


In January of each year all citizens must list Personal Property, and changes to Real Property, to the Rockingham County Tax Administration Office.

Real property is permanently listed. You only have to list changes that were made in 2017. If you are a new owner, you should get a listing form in the mail. If you have listed Personal property or pets in the past, you should get a listing form in the mail. If you do not receive a listing form, and you need to list, you should print one from the Tax Offices website (you can link to this website from the Rockingham county home page. www.co.rockingham.nc.us), or call the Tax Office for assistance- 336-342-8305.You can also list in person at the Tax office.

If you have made no changes in your Real property, and you do not have pets or Personal property you need to list, then you do not need a form.

If you are administering an estate of a deceased taxpayer who died in 2017, you need to contact the Tax Office if you do not receive a Listing Form in the new owner or owner’s name(s).

If you receive an exemption, deferment or exclusion, and you need to inform the Tax Office of changes in the status of the property, you need to contact the Tax Office, if you do not receive a Listing Form.

January is the time to apply for most of the property tax exemptions, exclusions and deferments available. Call or check our website pages for more information. 

You may wonder why we do not send listing forms to everyone in the County. The price of postage and printing, and time involved is prohibitive. We have approximately 53,400 parcels in Rockingham County! We save thousands of postage and printing dollars by mailing listing forms only to new owners and those who have listed Personal Property in 2017.

Each year we advertise the need to List for property taxes. Not receiving a Form in the Mail is not a valid reason that will excuse you from listing Personal Property or improvements and/or changes you have made to your Real Property.

We also sent an orange postcard to property owners who may not have received a listing form with information on what property is required to be listed.

You can visit the Rockingham County Tax Administration website or call 336-342-8305 for more information.

 


Each year the Tax Department makes around 2000 courtesy calls to remind taxpayers who may have outstanding tax bills. 

This call also reminds taxpayers about the listing season approaching in January.

The calls will be split  between the dates of December 12 and 14.

Here is what they will say:

"This is a courtesy call from the Rockingham County Tax Administration office. If you have not paid your annual 2017 property tax bill, it will become past due after January 5th, 2018. Don't forget to list Personal Property, and any changes to Real Property, during the January 2018 Listing Period."

336-342-8305 will be the caller id number. 

The calls will be made only within the following times on Tuesday and Thursday - 8:30 am through 6:30 pm.


 

 



I’ve surrendered my tag/plate to the NC DMV office, now what do I need to do?

Per NCGS? 105-330.6(c), depending on the ownership or status of the vehicle, the taxpayer may be due a refund on the property taxes.

The receipt given to the taxpayer upon the surrender of the plate gives the following information. 
“Note:  The County requires a copy of this receipt and a copy of the bill of sale within 1 year in order to process a possible release or refund of property taxes on this vehicle.”

In order for a refund to be processed the taxpayer may physically bring, fax or email a copy of the receipt for the surrender of the plate and a copy of a bill of sale to the Tax Office along with a written request for refund.

               What is a bill of sale?

A bill of sale is a document recording a transaction between two parties.  For the seller, a bill of sale shows the date the vehicle was sold and information about the buyer.  For the buyer, it gives specific information about the vehicle that can be verified in the NC DMV or NC VTS system.              

What if I traded my vehicle that the surrendered plate was on?

The taxpayer must provide a copy of the 1st page of the contract from the dealership showing the information on the vehicle traded in.

               What if I turned in my plate but still own the vehicle?

A refund cannot be issued.  The unregistered vehicle should be listed the following January for property tax purposes as an unregistered vehicle for the upcoming tax year.

               What if I totaled my vehicle?

Documentation from your insurance company showing they have possession of the vehicle.

If your plate was removed from the scene of the accident and you cannot retrieve it you should report to the NC DMV that the plate was “lost”. The tax office can verify that information in the NC DMV system.


Beginning in 2013 North Carolina legislation changed the way property taxes were billed on Registered Motor Vehicles. Registered motor vehicle owners now pay the annual taxes at the time of the renewal of tags or the registration of a vehicle. These taxes are paid directly to the NC DMV or our local license plate agencies.

The Counties are required by NC General Statute 105-330.3(2) to collect property taxes for vehicles with even a short lapse in registration and an extended renewal date. This gap billing notice is a property tax bill that covers the months between the expiration of a vehicle’s registration and its renewal or the issuance of a new registration.

Rockingham County Tax Administration will begin to send monthly gap billing notices of taxes due starting in October of 2017. These notices start with registrations or renewals done in July 2017.

The way to avoid receiving a gap billing notice is to renew your registration on time and therefore eliminate a lapse in the registration.

If you have further questions or need assistance, please contact the Rockingham County Tax Administration @ 336-342-8299. 


We are working on the 2019 Revaluation and visiting properties in Rockingham County.

We have Rockingham County appraisers who visit all areas of the County constantly, assessing property and measuring new construction. Our appraisers wear a yellow safety vest with ROCKINGHAM COUNTY on the back and a County seal on the front. They have Rockingham County picture IDs and drive County cars with a 3 digit number on the rear starting with 9.

We have hired the assistance of an appraisal company to help with the field work for the Revaluation project. 
 
In July we will continue field work in Mayodan, Madison and Stoneville. The contractors will be visiting all the residential properties in these towns. 
 
These contractors assist Counties in revaluations. They are trained and experienced. 
 
They will have a picture ID showing they are Rockingham County contractors. They will wear yellow safety vests with ROCKINGHAM COUNTY CONTRACTOR on the back. They do not drive County cars.
 
Rockingham County Tax Administration wants everyone to be able to easily identify our staff and contractors.  
 
Feel free to contact us at 336-342-8305 and select option 2 if you have any questions.

The North Carolina DMV has just started up an easy way to see your paid registered motor vehicle taxes!

Effective February 20, 2017, you will now have the ability to retrieve the amount of vehicle property taxes that the DMV has collected from you for a given year through the MyDMV portal.

Once you log into the MyDMV Portal (which is located on the main DMV webpage) your personal information appears, there will be a correspondence section outlining each year you paid vehicle property taxes through the DMV. 

You will need to select the year you wish to receive the information. 

The system will then populate a tax statement that will outline the amount of vehicle property taxes collected for the year broken down by the vehicle and county in which it was paid. 

This tax statement can be also be printed for tax purposes. 

HERE IS THE LINK:

https://edmv.ncdot.gov/MyDMV/


If you ever wandered who works in the Tax office, and what they do-take a few minutes and watch this video.

https://youtu.be/PJUTXhRThws

 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY TAX ADMINISTRATION STARTS FIELD WORK FOR 2019 REAPPRAISALS

WENTWORTH, NC – (Sept. 7, 2016)   Rockingham County Tax Administration is starting field work throughout Rockingham County for the upcoming 2019 reappraisal of real property.

The North Carolina General Statutes require all North Carolina Counties to reappraise real property at least every eight years. The last Rockingham County reappraisal was in 2011.

In September 2016, appraisers will start visiting properties in Rockingham County, beginning in Reidsville.  Appraisers performing the reappraisal in the field will be verifying the information County Tax Administration has on real estate. They will verify this data by talking to citizens and measuring structures. They will observe the condition of structures and will make any changes to information needed since the last visit. 

Field data collection and verification is an important part of the reappraisal process.  Rockingham County Tax Appraisers and contractors hired by the County to assist in this project will be performing the field work.

It is important for citizens to be able to identify Rockingham County Tax Appraisers and the contractors assisting them. Rockingham County Tax Appraisers have Rockingham County picture identification cards. They wear a bright, yellow, safety vest with a County Seal on the front and ROCKINGHAM COUNTY on the back. They will drive County vehicles with a County seal and a three-digit number starting with 9 on the back of the vehicle.

Each contractor will have a Rockingham County contractor picture identification and will wear a bright, yellow, vest with ROCKINGHAM COUNTY CONTRACTOR on the vest. They will not be driving County vehicles.

The Tax Office will study the markets in all areas of the County.  In addition to field work, the Tax Office will analyze the real estate market, gather construction cost information, and research sales since the last reappraisal in 2011.

For more information or should you have questions, please contact Mark C. McClintock, Rockingham County Tax Administrator, at 336.3428448, or at markmc@co.rockingham.nc.us

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We were recently asked a question concerning tax bills. We receive this question frequently.

Who owes a tax bill if you no longer own the property?

North Carolina State Statutes govern the administration of property taxes. The Statutes are very specific. The responsibility for the tax bill is different with personal property than it is with real property.

For non-registered motor vehicles and other personal property- Whoever owned the property January 1 of the year of the tax bill is the responsible owner, even if the property was destroyed or sold. The location, value and ownership are determined on January 1 of each year.

For real property- The condition, location and value of real property is determined January 1 of each year. The owners of record, and any subsequent owners of the real property, are responsible for the taxes after January 6th, the date taxes go delinquent.

Please do not hesitate to call or email the tax office with any questions you may have.

 


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