Treasurer

Accreditation

The Fredericksburg City Treasurer’s Office is proudly recognized as an accredited office by the Treasures Association of Virginia having met all criteria for qualification.

Responsibilities

The Treasurer serves as a Constitutional Officer at the pleasure of Fredericksburg City residents and is elected for a four-year term. The primary responsibility of the treasurer is the financial management of all city funds and assuring that they are processed and maintained with proper security and accounting controls in place.

Related responsibilities include:

  • follow-up collection efforts concerning delinquent accounts
  • maintenance and reconciliation of bank accounts and the general ledger
  • investment of idle funds
  • collection and transmittal of state funds to the Virginia Department of Taxation

The Treasurer and Commissioner of the Revenue offices are open to the public.  All other City departments are available on an "Appointment Only" basis.  

   

VRE PARKING DECALS 

The 2021-2022 VRE Parking Decals are on sale at the Treasurer’s Office through Online Payments, in person at 715 Princess Anne Street or by telephone (540)372-1001, option 5. This decal allows you preferred parking (on a first come, first served basis) in the City Residents Only lot at the VRE Station.  The cost is $2.00 per decal and you must reside in the 22401 zip code to purchase one (with the exception of Teagan Drive and Hudgins Farm Circle with a 22408 zip and a few properties on River Road with a 22407 zip that are located in City limits).   

Please adhere the decal to the backside of your rearview mirror on either the left or right side making it visible through the windshield.

Landfill Stickers and Landfill Coupon Books

Landfill stickers for calendar year 2021 are on sale at the Treasurer’s Office,8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday.   DMV REGISTRATION CARDS MUST BE PRESENTED TO PURCHASE as required by the R-Board.  Landfill Coupon books are also available and never expire.  All payment types are accepted. 

Utility Bill Payments

Utility Bill payments must be paid as a separate transaction and cannot be combined with any other payment types (i.e., personal property taxes, real estate taxes, etc.).  Until such time that tax software is converted to the same platform as utility billing, this requirement will be in effect.  If you have any questions, call (540)372-1001 or contact the Treasurer’s Office. 

Tell Us How We’re Doing

Customer service is important to us and we always want to know how we’re doing or how we can improve our services to you. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey. We appreciate your comments.

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

For FOIA requests pertaining to the Treasurer’s Office please use this FOIA Request Form.