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Home Assessor's Office
Assessor's Office
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Mailing Address
Assessor's Office
P.O. Box 29
Marlborough, CT 06447

The Office of the Assessor is responsible for discovering, listing and valuing all properties located within the Town. There are three types of taxes that we are responsible for. They are real estate, motor vehicle and personal property. It is the Assessor's responsibility to value all properties fairly, uniformly and equitably for Ad valorem taxation. All properties in town reflect the fair market value of the last revaluation, which was for the October 1, 2011 Grand List.

Our duties also include handling exemption programs for the blind, disabled, elderly, veterans who served during wartime, and disabled veterans. The elderly and disabled programs are income qualifies.

Marie Hall,CCMA II, Assessor
(860) 295-6201
FAX: (860) 295-0317

Revaluation Questions and Answers PDF Print E-mail

What is a revaluation?
A revaluation is the process of conducting the Data Collection and Market Analysis necessary to equalize the values of all properties within a municipality for the purpose of a fair distributions of the tax burden.

Important Dates PDF Print E-mail

January 31

Deadline for filing proof of disability letter with the Assessor's Office

Deadline for proof of blindness with Assessor

Totally Disabled Tax Exemption form

February 1 - May 15

Elderly and Totally Disabled Filing

Forms and Information PDF Print E-mail

Below are some of the most frequently used forms and information related to assessment and exemptions. Clicking on any of the items listed will take you to a link where you can download and/or print the necessary information. For your convenience, exemption forms and appropriate proofs may be mailed directly to our office at Assessor - Marlborough Town Hall,P.O. Box 29, Marlborough, CT 06447.

Frequently Asked Questions PDF Print E-mail
What is the Mill Rate? 34.15
What is the Census Tract? 5241
What percentage of my home's value are taxes based on? 70% of the 2015 revaluation fair market value
How much is the veteran's exemption worth? $3,000 in assessment or $102.45

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