October 22, 2021
Tax Bills Mailed, Trick-or-Treat Hours/Ages Posted, Yorktoberfest at Riverwalk LandingTax Bills Have Been Mailed
But you don’t have to wait for the Post Office to deliver it! Your e-bill is now available online
. Be sure to sign up here
for email notifications when bills are mailed and important reminders from the Treasurer’s office. If you are having delivery issues with the United States Postal Service (USPS), we ask you report this directly to the Post Office that services your area. The Code of Virginia requires tax bills be mailed. There are more details on the Treasurer’s Office website
including how to track your USPS items and pay your bill online. Payment is due December 5 (no interest or penalty occurs until after Monday, December 6). Trick-or-Treat Hours and Ages Recommended
Dressing up and going door-to-door for treats is a tradition for many families. This year, York County recommends that children age 12 and under trick-or-treat from 6 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, October 31. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) believes that children and their parents (or adult guardians) can safely enjoy the occasion if they: incorporate a cloth or surgical mask into costumes, trick-or-treat in small groups outdoors or enjoy other outdoor activities, wash hands before eating candy, track local virus transmission rates and take extra precautions where rates are high, and get a COVID-19 vaccine (ages 12+) and flu shot. More helpful tips are offered and can be found in this week’s press release
. Happy Halloween!