Real Estate Assessment
All real property in York County is appraised and assessed on a biennial basis, effective January 1, on even numbered years, by the Real Estate Assessment Office.
County Assessor Staff Visiting Neighborhoods
Real estate property in York County is reassessed every two years. As part of the process, County staff are making site visits to neighborhoods collecting data needed for the 2024 assessment. These staffers will be in marked County vehicles, wearing their employee badges, and will knock or ring the doorbell to let you know why they are there and may be taking a photo or two of the area.
Here’s a list of neighborhoods where our appraisers will be working over the next several months:
- Creekside Landing
- Fenton Mill
- Lotz Acres
- Marquis Hills
- Meadowlake Farms
- Middletown Farms
- Queens Lake
- Skimino Hills
- Tabb Meadows
- Waller Mill
- Williamsburg Commons
Your 2022 assessment value can be viewed on the GIS Mapping Site under current assessment.
The effective date of the assessment is January 1, 2022
The Office of Real Estate Assessment is responsible for the reassessment of all real estate within the County of York and receives its authority from the Code of Virginia and the Code of the County of York.
These are the total assessed values that were mailed on the original reassessment notices for each respective reassessment year.
This program is designed to promote the preservation of land for public benefit
Review GIS data and property information for York County.
Find information on residential sales, indexed by neighborhood.