Important Notice about your Motor Vehicle Tax Bills!
CT DMV and municipalities across the state are working to resolve some inconsistencies among residents’ mailing addresses and domicile addresses (town in which vehicle is garaged) .
If you have received a tax bill from a town that you either did not reside in, or garage your vehicle in, as of October 1, 2015, contact the Assessor in that town to provide information and request a transfer to the correct Town/City of residency as of October 1, 2015. We recommend that you have your most recent registration certificate in hand when you contact the Assessor’ office. Working together to correct these discrepancies will help to eliminate or at least decrease the wait time at the DMV offices.
Visit the DMV website at www.ct.gov/dmv/online for information regarding renewing a registration, cancelling plates, verifying your renewal status after payment of delinquent taxes, and more.
The Revenue Collection division is responsible for the billing and collection of all Town property taxes, sewer use, assessment connection charges and all related penalty charges. They also serve as the central agency for receipt of revenues from all other Town departments.
Our mission is to assist in maintaining the fiscal stability of the Town by ensuring the timely collection and recording of all revenues through the diligent application of State Statutes, regulations and other enforcement aids, while assisting the public in understanding the taxation process and procedures and maintaining an effective and cordial relationship with the general public.
- Maintain a collection rate over 99%
- Maximize use of website to reduce reproduction and mailing costs
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