CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- In several localities, the first half of 2022 real estate taxes are due next week.

For Charlottesville and the counties of Greene, Fluvanna and Nelson, they are due June 5. For Orange County, payments are due June 6.

Both Albemarle and Madison counties postponed their due dates.

For Madison County residents, the due date was moved to June 15 due to the reassessment process and to give the county Board of Supervisors time to set the tax rate.

In Albemarle County, officials say issues with getting bills in the mail pushed the due date to June 25, but since that falls on a Saturday, the actual due date is June 27.

There are various options for residents to pay their bills, either by mail, over the phone, online, or by using drop boxes or kiosks.

Anyone with issues should contact their local treasurer’s office for assistance. In Albemarle County, it’s the Revenue Administration Office in the county Department of Finance.

Payments need to be postmarked by the date they are due in order to avoid any late fees if being sent through the mail.

Louisa County is the only county in this area that does not split property tax payments in two. Payments are due in total on Dec. 5 for those residents.