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The salaries shown on this page are established by the General Assembly, and are the MINIMUM amounts that must be paid to the Constitutional Officers by the local government, and reimbursed by the Compensation Board. The salary shown on this page may NOT be the actual salary of a specific Constitutional Officer for a number of reasons:

o    Many local governments have authorized a salary supplement, paid from local funds, for the Constitutional Officer;

o    Constitutional Officers which serve more than one jurisdiction may receive a higher salary; and

o    The salary of an incumbent officer may not be reduced as a result of a decrease in the population of the jurisdiction served; a newly elected/appointed officer would, however, receive the reduced salary.

Information regarding the actual salary of a specific Constitutional Officer may be obtained from the Constitutional Officer or the local jurisdiction in which they serve.

Principal Officers Salary from the 2017 Appropriation Act

Sheriffs

*69-A.1. The annual salaries of the Sheriffs of the several counties and cities of the Commonwealth shall be as hereinafter prescribed, according to the population of the city or county served and whether the Sheriff is charged with civil processing and court room security responsibilities only, or the added responsibilities of law enforcement or operation or a jail, or both. Execution of arrest warrants shall not, in and of itself, constitute law enforcement responsibilities for the purpose of determining the salary for which a Sheriff is eligible.

2. Whenever a Sheriff is such for a county and city together, or for two or more cities, the aggregate population of such political subdivisions shall be the population for the purpose of arriving at the salary of such sheriff under the provisions of this Item and such sheriff shall receive as additional compensation the sum of one thousand dollars.

Law Enforcement and Jail Responsibility

Population

July 1, 2017 -
July 31,2017

Sheriffs w/Accreditation Program

July 1, 2017 -
July 31, 2017

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Sheriffs w/Accreditation Program

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Less than 10,000

68,077

74,408

69,439

75,897

10,000-19,999

78,248

85,525

79,813

87,236

20,000-39,999

85,988

93,985

87,708

95,865

40,000-69,999

93,466

102,158

95,335

104,201

70,000-99,999

103,850

113,508

105,927

115,778

100,000-174,999

115,391

126,122

117,699

128,645

175,000-249,999

121,463

132,759

123,892

135,414

250,000 and above

134,958

147,509

137,657

150,459

Law Enforcement or Jail Responsibility

Population

July 1, 2017 -
August 30, 2017

Sheriffs w/Accreditation Program

July 1, 2017 -
August 30, 2017

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Sheriffs w/Accreditation Program

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Less than 10,000

66,714

72,918

68,048

74,376

10,000-19,999

76,683

83,815

78,217

85,491

20,000-39,999

84,267

92,104

85,952

93,946

40,000-69,999

91,596

100,114

93,428

102,117

70,000-99,999

101,774

111,239

103,809

113,463

100,000-174,999

113,081

123,598

115,343

126,070

175,000-249,999

119,034

130,104

121,415

132,707

250,000 and above

132,934

145,297

135,593

148,203

No Law Enforcement or Jail Responsibility

Population

July 1, 2017 -
July 31,2017

Sheriffs w/Accreditation Program

July 1, 2017 -
July 31,2017

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Sheriffs w/Accreditation Program

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Less than 10,000

62,686

68,516

63,940

69,886

10,000-19,999

69,651

76,129

71,044

77,651

20,000-39,999

77,388

84,585

78,936

86,277

40,000-69,999

85,988

93,985

87,708

95,865

70,000-99,999

95,543

104,428

97,454

106,517

100,000-174,999

106,158

116,031

108,281

118,351

175,000-249,999

111,743

122,135

113,978

124,578

250,000 and above

125,511

137,184

128,021

139,927

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Commonwealth's Attorneys

*73-A.1. The annual salaries of attorneys for the Commonwealth shall be as hereinafter prescribed according to the population of the city or county served except as otherwise provided in §15.2-1636.12, Code of Virginia.

Population

July 1, 2017 -
July 31,2017

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Less than 10,000

54,322

55,408

10,000-19,999

60,366

61,573

20,000-34,999

66,400

67,728

35,000-44,999

119,516

121,906

45,000-99,999

132,793

135,449

100,000-249,999

137,774

140,529

250,000 and above

142,757

145,612

2. The attorneys for the Commonwealth and their successors who serve on a full-time basis pursuant to §15.2-1627.1, 15.2-1628, 15.2-1629, 15.2-1630 or 15.2-1631, Code of Virginia shall receive salaries as if they served localities with populations between 35,000 and 44,999.

3. Whenever an attorney for the Commonwealth is such for a county and city together, or for two or more cities, the aggregate population of such political subdivisions shall be the population for the purpose of arriving at the salary of such attorney for the Commonwealth under the provisions of this paragraph and such attorney for the Commonwealth shall receive as additional compensation the sum of one thousand dollars.

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Clerks of the Circuit Court

*74-A.1. The annual salaries of Clerks of Circuit Courts shall be as hereinafter prescribed.

Population

July 1, 2017 -
July 31,2017

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Clerks with Certification Program
August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Less than 10,000

77,013

78,553

85,859

10,000-19,999

94,897

96,795

105,796

20,000-39,999

108,652

110,825

121,132

40,000-69,999

114,152

116,435

127,263

70,000-99,999

123,775

126,251

137,992

100,000-174,999

134,780

137,476

150,261

175,000-249,999

138,963

141,742

154,925

250,000 and above

143,035

145,896

159,464

2. Whenever a clerk of a circuit court is such for a county and a city, for two or more counties, or for two or more cities, the aggregate population of such political subdivisions shall be the population for the purpose of arriving at the salary of the circuit court clerk under the provisions of this Item.

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Treasurers

*75-A.1. The annual salaries of Treasurers, elected or appointed officers who hold the combined office of City Treasurer and Commissioner of the Revenue, or elected or appointed officers who hold the combined office of County Treasurer and Commissioner of the Revenue subject to the provisions of §15.2-1608.1, Code of Virginia, shall be as hereinafter prescribed, based on the services provided, except as otherwise provided in § 15.2-1636.12, Code of Virginia.

Population

July 1, 2017 -
July 31, 2017

Treasurers w/ Certification Program
July 1, 2017 -
July 31, 2017

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Treasurers w/ Certification Program
August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Less than 10,000

61,297

66,998

62,523

68,338

10,000-19,999

68,111

74,445

69,473

75,934

20,000-39,999

75,679

82,717

77,193

84,372

40,000-69,999

84,085

91,905

85,767

93,743

70,000-99,999

93,429

102,118

95,298

104,161

100,000-174,999

103,870

113,461

105,883

115,730

175,000-249,999

109,274

119,436

111,459

121,825

250,000 and above

124,175

135,723

126,659

138,438

2. Provided, however, that in cities having a treasurer who neither collects nor disburses local taxes or revenue or who distributes local revenues but does not collect the same, such salaries shall be seventy-five percent of the salary prescribed above for the population range in which the city falls except that in no case shall any such treasurer, or any officer whether elected or appointed, who holds that combined office of city treasurer and commissioner of the revenue, receive an increase in salary less than the annual percentage increase provided from state funds to any other treasurer, within the same population range, who was at the maximum prescribed salary in effect for the fiscal year FY 1980.

3. Whenever a treasurer is such for two or more cities or for a county and city together, the aggregate population of such political subdivisions shall be the population for the purpose of arriving at the salary of such treasurer under the provisions of this Item.

B.2. The Compensation Board may increase the annual salary in paragraph A.1. of this Item following receipt of the Treasurer's certification that the minimum requirements of the Treasurers' Career Development Program have been met, provided that such certifications are submitted by Treasurers as part of their annual budget request to the Compensation Board on February 1 of each year.

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Finance Directors

*71-A.1.The annual salaries of elected or appointed officers who hold the combined office of City Treasurer and Commissioner of the Revenue, or elected or appointed officers who hold the combined office of County Treasurer and Commissioner of the Revenue subject to the provisions of §15.2-1636.17, Code of Virginia, shall be as hereinafter prescribed, based on the services provided, except as otherwise provided in § 15.2-1636.12, Code of Virginia.

Population

July 1, 2017 -
July 31, 2017

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Less than 10,000

61,297

62,523

10,000-19,999

68,111

69,473

20,000-39,999

75,679

77,193

40,000-69,999

84,085

85,767

70,000-99,999

93,429

95,298

100,000-174,999

103,807

105,883

175,000-249,999

109,274

111,459

250,000 and above

124,175

126,659

 

2. Whenever any officer whether elected or appointed, who holds that combined office of city treasurer and commissioner of the revenue, is such for two or more cities or for a county and city together, the aggregate population of such political subdivisions shall be the population for the purpose of arriving at the salary of such officer under the provisions of this Item.

B.1. Subject to appropriations by the General Assembly for this purpose, the Treasurers' Career Development Program shall be made available by the Compensation Board to appointed officers who hold the combined office of city or county treasurer and commissioner of the revenue subject to provisions of § 15.2-1636.17, Code of Virginia.

2. The Compensation Board may increase the annual salary in paragraph A1 of this Item following receipt of the appointed officer's certification that the minimum requirements of the Treasurers' Career Development Program have been met, provided that such certifications are submitted by appointed officers as part of their annual budget request to the Compensation Board on February 1 of each year.

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Commissioners of the Revenue

*72- A.1. The annual salaries of county or city Commissioners of the Revenue shall be as hereinafter prescribed, except as otherwise provided in §15.2-1636.12, Code of Virginia.

 

 

Population

July 1, 2017 -
July 31, 2017

Commissioners w/ Certification Program
(4.7%)
July 1, 2017 -
July 31, 2017

Commissioners w/ Certification Program
(7%)
July 1, 2017 -
July 31, 2017

Commissioners w/ Certification Program
(9.3%)
July 1, 2017 -
July 31, 2017

August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Commissioners w/ Certification Program
(4.7%)
August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Commissioners w/ Certification Program
(7%)
August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Commissioners w/ Certification Program
(9.3%)
August 1, 2017 -
June 30, 2018

Less than 10,000

61,297

64,178

65,588

66,998

62,523

65,462

66,900

68,338

10,000-19,999

68,111

71,312

72,879

74,445

69,473

72,738

74,336

75,934

20,000-39,999

75,679

79,236

80,977

82,717

77,193

80,821

82,597

84,372

40,000-69,999

84,085

88,037

89,971

91,905

85,767

89,798

91,771

93,743

70,000-99,999

93,429

97,820

99,969

102,118

95,298

99,777

101,969

104,161

100,000-174,999

103,807

108,686

111,073

113,461

105,883

110,860

113,295

115,730

175,000-249,999

109,274

114,410

116,923

119,436

111,549

116,698

119,261

121,825

250,000 and above

124,175

130,011

132,867

135,723

126,659

132,612

135,525

138,438

2. Following receipt of the commissioner's certification that the minimum requirements of the Commissioners of the Revenue Career Development Program have been met, and provided that such certification is submitted by commissioners of the revenue as part of their annual budget request to the Compensation Board on or before February 1 of each year, the Compensation Board shall increase the annual salary shown in Paragraph A of this Item by the amount shown herein for a 12-month period effective the following July 1. The salary supplement shall be based upon the levels of service offered by the commissioner of the revenue for his/her locality and shall be in accordance with the following schedule:

a. 4.7 percent increase for all commissioners of the revenue who certify their compliance with the established minimum criteria for the Commissioners of the Revenue Career Development Program;

b. 2.3 percent additional increase for all commissioners of the revenue who certify their compliance with the established minimum criteria for the Commissioners of the Revenue Career Development Program and provide state income tax or real estate services as described in the minimum criteria for the Commissioners of the Revenue Career Development Program; and

c. 2.3 percent additional increase for all commissioners of the revenue who certify their compliance with the established minimum criteria for the Commissioners of the Revenue Career Development Program and provide state income tax and real estate services, as described in the minimum criteria for the Commissioners of the Revenue Career Development Program.

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