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The Assessor's office is open Monday thru Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
The Mill Rate for the October 1, 2022 Grand List (Fiscal Year 23-24) is 32.31 for all Property Taxes including Real Estate, Personal Property and Motor Vehicles.
If you are a resident for ten consecutive years or more and 65 years or older and/or totally disabled (with proof), the town offers the Senior Tax Stabilization Program. You qualify if you have an adjusted gross income of $52,000 or less. This application can be obtained from February 1st to May 15 every year. The State of Connecticut also offers tax relief for the elderly and totally disabled common refer to as the Circuit Breaker. The maximum income levels for the 2022 grand list are $49,100 (married) and $40,300 (single). Income includes wages, tips, salaries, interest, dividends (either taxable or exempt), and gross social security payments received during the 2022 calendar year. If you filed or intend to file a 2022 income tax return, we will need a copy. We also need a copy of you and your spouse’s (if applicable) Form SSA 1099, the statement of Social Security payments received during the calendar year 2022.
A State of Connecticut Circuit Breaker form can be obtained under our applications link. http://www.ct.gov/opm/cwp/view.asp?A=2985&Q=383136
Any questions, please contact the Assessor’s Office, ask for Jenny 203-891-4723
You must cancel your license plates online or in person at a nearby DMV office. You will receive a receipt for your plate return. Please submit that receipt called the Plate Disposition Receipt. Here is an Example of a Receipt
This form has the termination date & termination reason.
Motor Vehicle Adjustments:
~Bring proof to the Assessor's Office
~Acceptable types of proof include the plate disposition receipt, a bill of sale, letter from insurance company showing the vehicle identification number, the date that the vehicle was totally destroyed, and a copy of the police report if the car was stolen and not recovered or a copy of the out-of-state registration depending on the termination reason.
~Use Orange 107 for town tax code on registration to prevent being taxed by the wrong town.
Use this link to access the CT DMV for questions and forms
PLEASE NOTE IF THE PLATE WAS TRANSFERRED FROM ONE VEHICLE TO ANOTHER; NO PAPERWORK IS REQUIRED AS THIS WILL BE UPDATED ON THE NEXT LISTING.
SALE of your Motor Vehicle: A copy of the dated bill of sale.TRADE-IN:A copy of the dated purchase agreement showing the trade-in or odometer statement.TOTALED:A letter from the insurance company identifying the vehicle and date of loss. JUNKED:A receipt from the junkyard identifying the vehicle and date junked.
A copy of the dated donation letter from the charity receiving the vehicle. MOVED – OUT–OF-STATE:A copy of your dated out-of-state registration.REPOSESSION: A dated letter from the bank or repossession company. TRANSFERRED your title *:A copy of the dated and signed title indicating new owner, address & date of transfer.*No proration for transfers between family members unless that family member registered the vehicle out-of-state.STOLEN:A letter from your insurance company identifying the vehicle and indicating that the vehicle was stolen and not recovered. QUESTIONS – 203-891-4724 FAX 203-891-2185