Robert H. Brainard III - Term 1/1/2014 to 12/31/2017
Philip N. Walker - Term 1/1/2016 to 12/31/2019
John M. Warren - Term 1/1/2016 to 12/31/2019
Steven P. Blackburn- Alternate - Term 1/1/16 to 12/31/19
Frank J. Kaczynski, Jr.- Alternate - Term 1/1/16 to 12/31/19
Anyone claiming to be aggrieved by the actions of the Assessor has the right to an appeal before the Board of Assessment Appeals
The Assessor's responsibility is to ensure that all property is fairly and equitably assessed. If you believe your assessment is inaccurate please contact the Assessor if you have not already done so and she will try to assist you prior to filing an appeal.
Notice of New Assessment:
by January 30th
Deadline to File Appeal:
Friday, February 17th at noon
(Postmarks are not accepted for appeal forms. Whenever February 20th falls on a weekend or holiday the due date is the previous business day.)
February 21 - March 1
7 days after decision has been made
Appeals to Superior Court:
60 days after date of decision
September BAA Meeting:
(MV appeals only)
The BAA will listen to appeals for Real Estate, Personal Property, and Motor Vehicle accounts which have not been billed; and Supplemental Motor Vehicle bills issued the proceeding January.
A taxpayer must complete an application per C.G.S. ss12-111, on a form issued by the BAA, and submit to the Assessors on or before the close of business on February 20th to be eligible to meet with the BAA in March. Applications can be obtained in the Assessor's Office on February 1st or by downloading from the link below.
Instructions and Appeal Form
For additional information, please contact the Assessor's Office.