The Town Assessor is responsible for listing and determining the value of all real and personal property within the town. Real property includes land and improvements permanently attached to land. Personal property is all property not classified as real. For example, business equipment, unregistered motor vehicles, snow mobiles, etc.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
9:00 – 12:00,
1:00 – 4:00
An Assessor Field Card is maintained on each property in town. They are updated daily to assure the most recent data available.
To view your Field Card on eQuality Valuation Services, LLC, please click on this link.
You may also access the Assessor’s GIS database at this link.
The Assessor’s office is responsible for the administration of certain tax relief programs for the elderly, totally disabled, and military veterans. We also accept applications to classify land as farm, forest, or open space.
The Grand List shows all taxable and tax-exempt property as of October 1st annually.
Assessors need to be certified in order to sign the Grand List. Certification can only be obtained after passing a comprehensive exam. A person is eligible to take the exam after successful completion of 5 courses and a minimum of 4 years experience in the assessment field.
Loreta Zdanys, Assessor
Darlene Pollock, Assistant Clerk
860-526-0013, Ext. 512
Motor Vehicle Benefit Application for CT Resident on Active Military Duty
Mil Rate 2017/18 – 26.36
Important Application Deadlines from the Assessor’s Office
Renters Rebate Program –The application period for these exemptions is February 1 to October 1. Please call the Assessor’s Office at 860-526-0013 x 512 to make an appointment or to discuss your qualifications.
Additional Veteran’s Exemption – The application period for Additional Veteran’s exemptions is February 1, to October 1. Please call the Assessor’s office at 860-526-0013 x 512 to make an appointment or to discuss your qualifications.
Proof of income is required when filing for the above programs. Income includes all taxable and non-taxable income as well as social security income. Persons who file must be 65 years of age or totally disabled.
The maximum 2017 income levels to qualify for the February-May 2018 filing period is $35,300 for single applicants and $43,000 for married applicants.
Exemption forms for the Totally Disabled and for the Blind are available in the Assessor’s Office.