August 14, 2020
A publication by Gloucester's Department of Community Engagement and Public Information
New Online Payment Processes Eases Burden on Customers
New Online Payment Processes Eases Burden on Customers Gloucester County Treasurer, Tara Thomas, announced the implementation of a new credit card/echeck payment system, effective immediately. The new system utilizes a local bank for processing, which provided an opportunity for a reduction in fees. Fees for in-person and online credit card payments are reduced from 3% to 2.5%, and the $2.50 fee for online e-check payments has been eliminated.

Gloucester County Chief Financial Officer Hired

Gloucester County Administrator, Brent Fedors, has announced the hiring of Cheryl Spivey, CPA, as Gloucester County’s Chief Financial Officer.

In announcing the hiring of Ms. Spivey, Mr. Fedors comments, “I am pleased to announce the hiring of Ms. Spivey as our new Chief Financial Officer. In her most recent roles as our Fiscal Services Manager and Interim Financial Services Director, she has proven to be a strong leader and a skilled professional. Her vast experience in state and local level government finance, paired with her positive, proactive, and solution-oriented approach, have proven to be extremely valuable to the Financial Services Department, the County’s Executive Leadership Team and our community overall.” 

“Gloucester Rent and Mortgage Relief Program: A Story of Success” 

Bay Aging and Gloucester County are partnering to provide a variety of critical services to Gloucester County residents during the COVID-19 pandemic

Gloucester County Continues to Assist Residents with COVID-Related Needs and Expenses
Have You Filled Out Your 2020 Census?

It is more important than ever as the 2020 Census wraps up to make sure you are counted!

Local funding of the services you expect hang in the balance!

Gloucester County is Hiring!

Click here to see job opportunities that are currently available!
New Post on Money, Health, and Other Things!

This week, the Virginia Cooperative Extension will wrap up the ten tips for managing your private well water supply.

Attention Gloucester Businesses

Gloucester County is assessing the economic impacts to local businesses due to the the threat of COVID-19, in an effort to report them accurately to state and federal partners. Additional assistance may be available if the County reaches certain thresholds in overall impact. We ask all local business partners to report any economic impacts to Gloucester’s Business Recovery Coordinator, Sherry Spring, on a weekly basis so that we may better assist you. Please email reports every Friday by noon each week with any losses you incur.

Please go to the link below, save to your desktop and send your report to:

For community food distribution and other resources, visit
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