The tax collector`s office is located at City Hall, 19 Maple Avenue. Questions regarding the collector should be directed to Sara Bruso at 860-542-5140 or via taxcollector@norfolkct.org. If taxes are delinquent, please contact the tax office in person or by phone at 860-542-5140 during business hours Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. to find out the current amount due prior to your payment. Also, the tax office has all defaulting taxes that are due online. Please keep in mind that if your account has been sent for further pickups, additional charges may be added. The reassessment takes place every four years, with the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) sending each property owner a notice of assessment. The increase in ratings will be phased in over a four-year period. If you have any questions about this notice, please contact MPAC directly at 1-866-296-6722 or its website at www.mpac.ca. A detailed breakdown of property tax rates can be found on the Tax Rates page. To calculate the approximate amount of your property taxes, take the estimated value of your property (What is it?) and multiply it by the corresponding rate above.

Like what; a property valued at $100,000 $100,000 x 0.0119641 = $1,196.41 Please contact the Ministry of Tax and Tax Services if you have any questions. The Collector is an appointed position responsible for the collection of property taxes, motor vehicles and personal property owed to the City. More information about real estate valuation can be found on the property appraisal page. On the Important Forms and Applications page, you will find a list of all property tax forms. Based on the county`s annual budget and the assessment roll returned, tax rates are set and charged with each property`s taxable assessment. Periodically, the county receives notices from the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation and the Assessment Review Board to reduce or increase the assessment. Upon receipt of the notice, Revenue & Tax Services will adjust the tax account and notify the responsible owner accordingly. Adjustments related to the current year`s valuation will not be made until after final settlement. ALL REAL PROPERTY, PERSONAL PROPERTY AND VEHICLE TAX BILLS on the general list are due and payable on July 1. The last day to pay these taxes to avoid interest is August 1. Norfolk taxpayers can pay their property, personal, motor vehicle or motor vehicle taxes online with Point and Pay, a company the city has partnered with.

If you sell your car, you must notify the appraiser and provide proof of the transfer or cancellation of the licence plate.