Mailing of Tax Bills
Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt taxes or interest. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING A TAX BILL AND PAYING YOUR TAXES ON TIME.
- Taxes due July 1 are mailed on or about June 15.
- Taxes due January 1 are mailed on or about December 15.
- If you fail to receive your tax bill, call the Tax Collectors office.
- Per Sec. 12-130 of the CT General Statutes
When are Property taxes Due?
If you are the owner of record of Real and/or Personal Property to include Motor Vehicles as of October 1 of each year, you will be billed for taxes according to the following schedule:
July 1: First half installment of Real Estate Taxes due as well as Personal Property Taxes and Motor Vehicle Taxes, each of which are billed in one installment.
January 1: Second half installment of Real Estate Taxes and Supplemental Motor Vehicle Taxes are due.
When do Taxes Become Delinquent?
Taxes for all property types become delinquent 30 days after the due dates indicated above.
That means, that taxes can be paid, without incurring a charge for delinquent interest, according to the
If due July 1 - can be paid without penalty through August 1.
If due January 1- can be paid without penalty through February 1.
Monday – Friday: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
(July & August): 8:00 am to 4:00 pm