Tax Information

 2017 Tax Rates

District Name

Tax Class

Total Rate

01 Barrackville 2 0.014368
  3 0
  4 0.028736
 
02 Fairmont District
2
0.012284
 
3
0.024568
 
 4
 0
 
03 Fairmont City 
2
0.014784
 
3
 
 
4
0.029568
 
04 Grant Annex
2
0.014784
 
3
 
 
4
0.029568
 
05 Union City
2
0.014784
 
3
0
 
4
0.029568
 
06 Winfield City
2
0.014784
 
3
0
 
4
0.029568
 
07 Fairview
2
0.01426
 
3
0
 
4
0.02852
 
08 Farmington
2
0.013694
 
3
 
 
4
0.027388
 
09 Grant District
2
0.012284
 
3
0.024568
 
4
 
 
10 Grant Town
2
0.014326
 
3
 
 
4
0.028652
 
11 Lincoln District
2
0.012284
 
3
0.024568
 
4
 
12 Mannington District
2
0.012284
 
3
0.024568
 
4
0
 
13 Mannington City 
2
0.014762
 
3
0
 
4
0.029524
 
14 Monongah-Grant
2
0.01447
 
3
0
 
4
0.02894
 
15 Monongah-Lincoln
2
0.01447
 
3
0
 
4
0.02894
 
16 Paw Paw District
2
0.012284
 
3
0.024568
 
4
0
 
17 Rivesville
2
0.01477
 
3
0
 
4
0.02954
 
18 Union District
2
0.012284
 
3
0.024568
 
4
0
 
19 Winfield District
2
0.012284
 
3
0.024568
 
4
0
 
20 Worthington
2

0.014784

 
3
0
 
4
0.029568
 
21 White Hall
2
0.01336
 
3
 
4
0.02672
 
22 Pleasant Valley
2
0.012896
 
3
0
 
4
0.025792

Real and Personal Property Tax Classes

Class I
Please note that WV Code 11-3-9 was amended effective January 1, 2007 for Tax Year 2008 to exempt Class I personal property employed exclusively in agriculture to include vehicles that qualify for a farm use exemption certification, farm machinery and equipment, livestock and products of agriculture while in the hands of the producer.

Class II
All property owned, used and occupied by the owner exclusively for residential purposes, and upon farms used and occupied by their owners or bona fide tenants.

Class III
All real and personal property, exclusive of Class I and Class II, situated outside of any municipality.

Class IV
All real and personal property, exclusive of Class I and Class II, situated inside any municipality.

Estimating Your Real Estate Tax

Multiply the appraised value by 60% to obtain the assessed value. Multiply the assessed value by the appropriate tax rate for the district you live in. The result will be your tax. (e.g.  Appraised value = $30,000.  $30,000 x 60% = $18,000 Assessed Value.)

If the property is located in Pleasant Valley and is owner occupied (class 2)  :   $18,000 x 0.012896 = $232.13 tax.

(Note; If the owner/resident in this example was eligible for the Homestead Exemption, the applied $20,000 exemption would be greater than the $18,000 assessed value. In this example, there would be no tax bill on the property.)