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If circumstances change, the Code of Virginia provides a provision to terminate the Sanitary District by the Circuit Court's order.
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A Sanitary District is a special taxing zone allowed under the Code of Virginia. Its governing body holds several responsibilities:
The governing body of any county can establish a Sanitary District upon the receipt of a petition from a specified number of qualified voters. This order will define the district's boundaries and powers.
Upon gaining Sanitary District status:
Becoming a Sanitary District offers numerous advantages to its residents, including:
Becoming a Sanitary District also has certain disadvantages:
Currently, there are 13 sanitary districts in Warren County. They include:
View a map (PDF) showing the location of the twelve sanitary districts in Warren County.
Sanitary District Taxes differ from Real Estate Taxes. They're distinct bills with varied tax rates and amounts. If Sanitary District Taxes aren't paid, it leads to a tax lien on the property. These bills are combined with regular Real Estate bills for clarity and to reduce mailing costs.