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Revaluation Information

A revaluation does not raise revenue. It redistributes the tax burden based on the current value of the property. The State of Connecticut pursuant to Section 12-62 of the General Statutes requires that all municipalities update assessments every five years. The last revaluation was completed in October of 2017. Since that time, changes in economic conditions have created inequities. The new mill rate will not be established until the budgetary process has been completed in June of 2023. It is not possible to estimate your new tax bill at this time.

Revaluation Property Cards

Please review the information on your property record card. You can also review sales in your area that were used for analysis using the sales search.