|Assessor||Denise Hames, CCMA IIfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Asst. to Assessor||Donna Werfelmanemail@example.com|
In Connecticut the assessment and collection of property taxes are an exclusive function of municipal government. The Assessor’s Office determines the assessed value of all real and personal property located in Weston. The assessed value in Connecticut has been established as 70% of the market value as of a specified date - October 1. The total of all taxable and non-taxable property comprises what is known as the grand list. Property is categorized into three general types - real estate, personal property and registered motor vehicles. For personal property, including registered motor vehicles, values are updated every year as of October 1. For real property, values are updated at least every five years under current law. A revaluation of all real property was completed and implemented by the Town as of October 1, 2018. These valuations remain in effect until the next Town-wide revaluation in 2023, except for changes to properties due to building permits, demolitions and other adjustments, based on the valuation tables established in 2018.
The October 1, 2018 revaluation was completed in January 2019. It is intended to reflect the real estate market values as of 2018.
The Assessor’s Office works closely with the Tax Collector’s Office. If you have questions about your assessment and how your tax was calculated, call (203) 222-2606. If you have questions about your tax bill, call the Tax Collector at (203) 222-2696.
Information about Town of Weston's Revaluation Process