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The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office held its 2015 Awards Ceremony on Friday, Jan. 29. A number of awards were given out to members of law enforcement and to citizens for 2015.
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The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office issued the following statement about a shooting death that occurred in Campbell County on Sunday, Jan. 24: On Jan. 24, 2016, at 10:15 p.m., Campbell County deputies responded to 6559 Richmond Highway, Lynchburg, Va., regarding a subject having a gunshot wound.
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Michael F. Daly, Campbell County’s director of Youth, Adult and Community Services, is retiring Jan. 31 after 12 years of service. Daly, whose office is responsible for overseeing Children’s Services Act (CSA) cases, the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), and Virginia Juvenile Community Crime Control Act (VJCCCA) cases, was instrumental in establishing the Youth, Adult and Community Service Department in 2003 and effectively developing its mandated programs.
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Campbell County, the Central Virginia Metropolitan Planning Organization, and the Virginia Department of Transportation will hold a public information meeting on a Route 29 Corridor Study on Thursday, Jan. 28, 4 – 6 p.m., at Hyland Heights Baptist Church, located at 11452 Wards Road, Rustburg.
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The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has announced that the bridge over Hills Creek on Route 701 in Campbell County will be closed for structure replacement from Jan. 25 through April 29.
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Campbell County Registrar Karen Danos has announced that the Democratic and Republican Parties have called for Presidential primaries to be held on Tuesday, March 1, 2016.
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Real Estate
(434) 332-9568
P.O. Box 66
Rustburg VA 24588

Real Estate & Mapping Office

The office of Real Estate and Mapping is responsible for producing the Land Book each year and for keeping track of all land ownership and tax assessments for the County. The office assesses all new construction and new subdivisions each year, and maintains records of land ownership transfers and tax maps.

Real Estate and Mapping is helpful in a variety of research endeavors involving land transfers and divisions. It also helps in trying to locate specific addresses and determining ownership of property. Items and services provided by this office include:

  • Alphabetical listing of ownership of property
  • Numerical listing of ownership (by map number)
  • Tax maps (maps showing a basic outline of each piece of property in the County)
  • Aerial photographs of the entire County
  • Tax cards on each piece of property (showing how the assessments were calculated on the land an buildings)

The Real Estate and Mapping office also provides online real estate information  here.


State law requires that all property be assessed at 100% of fair market value and mandates equity throughout the County. Since the population of Campbell County now exceeds 50,000, the reassessment cycle will take place every 4 years . The most recent reassessment was completed in 2015. The next reassessment is slated for 2019.


Board of Equalization of Real State Assessment Hearings: Scheduling and Cancellation Procedures

            The Board of Equalization of Real Estate Assessments for the County of Campbell, Virginia is scheduled to sit at the Campbell County Real Estate Office from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. on April 14, 17, 28; May 5, 6, 8 12, 15, 19, 20, 22, 26, and 29; and also between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on April 15 and 29 and May 13 and 27 for the purpose of equalizing real estate assessments, hearing complaints of inequalities wherein the property owners allege a lack of uniformity in assessment, or errors in acreage in such real estate assessments, and to hear complaints that real property is not assessed at fair market value.

Applications for equalization of real estate assessments should be submitted in advance and in writing to the Board of Equalization on forms obtainnable at the Campbell County Real Estate Office.  Upon receipt of completed forms, staff will schedule hearings accordingly following the required research for each case. Such applications shall be filed no later than May 15, 2015. After said form has been filed, the taxpayer seeking relief will be notified as to the time and place of the hearing.  If no forms have been filed, nor subsequent hearings scheduled for respective dates, Campbell County will post notice of hearing cancellations due to lack of citizen participation at least 48 hours in advance on this webpage. 

Final disposition of all applications for equalization for the general reassessment effective January 1, 2015 shall be completed by the Board of Equalization not later than June 30, 2015. 

Hearing Cancellations for April 2015:

Due to lack of citizen requests for hearing sessions, the Board of Equalization of Real Estate Assessments will not convene on the following dates:

Friday, April 17

Tuesday, April 21

Wednesday,  April 22

Friday, April 24

Tuesday, April 28

Wednesday, April 29

Friday, May 1

Tuesday, May 5

Wednesday, May 6

Friday, May 8

Tuesday, May 12

Wednesday, May 13

Friday, May 15

Tuesday, May 26

Friday, May 29