Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
Show All Answers
You will be required to pay the board fee of $12.00 per day for every day your animal was held at the pound. If your animal was seized for a violation of animal welfare code, the General District Court Judge will determine if the animal will be returned to your custody and/or if the issue that constituted the violation must be corrected to the satisfaction of the Animal Control Officer prior to the animal’s release or shortly thereafter. Seizure of an animal may also include additional summonses being served such as animal cruelty code violations.
You will be responsible for repaying any veterinary costs incurred on behalf of the animal while in the care of Animal Care & Control.
If you have been assessed or billed incorrectly on your personal property bill, please contact the Commissioner of Revenue’s Office at 804-733-2315.
If you have been assessed or billed incorrectly on your real estate bill, please contact the Assessor's Office at 804-733-2333.
If you have been assessed or billed incorrectly on your water / sewer or wastewater bill, please contact the Billing & Collections Department at 804-733-2349.
You should contact the treasurer’s office, if you believe that a payment has not been applied correctly on one of your accounts.
Click the following link for more information: Permit Requirements
Submit your site plan to the department's Inspection division by downloading the Site Plan form. Online Site Plan Form
To reduce failure to appears in court and improve public safety by providing custody and supervision to pretrial defendants.
To alleviate jail overcrowding, thereby reducing jail operating costs and future capacity needs of local jails, caused by unnecessary detention of certain pretrial defendants.
To improve the efficiency and effectiveness of local criminal justice systems.
Once someone has been infected with Zika, it’s very likely they’ll be protected from future infections. There is no evidence that past Zika infection poses an increased risk of birth defects in future pregnancies.
Zika can be spread by men to their sex partners. People whose male sex partners have traveled to or live in an area with Zika can prevent Zika by using condoms condoms correctly every time they have sex or by not having sex.