Due to COVID-19 exposures, the Alleghany County Treasurer’s Office will be closed to the public until Dec. 21.
Accommodations are being made to allow employees to complete as much work as possible remotely until the office can safely reopen.
“Alleghany County remains committed to ensuring continuity of services for our citizens while also providing a safe working environment for our employees,” Alleghany County Treasurer Teresa Brown said.
Despite the office being closed to the public, citizens will still have access to the services provided. Citizens looking to pay their taxes or water and sewer bills can pay online at www.officialpayments.com or by calling 800-272-9829 (Use jurisdiction code 6205), via mail (9212 Winterberry Avenue,
Suite F, Covington, Va. 24426) or by using the drop box located outside the office.
In-person payments are not being accepted while the office is closed.
Citizens who need to speak with someone can reach the treasurer at 540-863-6630, please leave a voicemail or by emailing email@example.com.
The office is located inside the Alleghany County Government Complex in Low Moor, but at this time no other departments located in the building are believed to have been exposed.
The Virginian Review has been serving Covington, Clifton Forge, Alleghany County and Bath County since 1914.