2021 revaluation information
The Town of Westbrook is conducting their 2021 Revaluation. Data Mailers will be mailed out to all property owners. These will contain the information we have on your residential or commercial buildings. Please carefully review this information, make any necessary corrections, and return to Municipal Valuation Services, at the address they provide in the letter.
COVID-19 UPDATE FOR THE 2021 ADDITIONAL VETERANS PROGRAM
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the State of Connecticut has changed the application process for the Additional Veterans Program. Anyone who qualified for the 2019/2020 Grand List years, will automatically qualify for the 2021/2022 Grand List Years, unless documentation has already been provided showing the applicant is over income.
Those who qualified for the 2020/2021 Additional Veterans Program are already covered through to next year, and need not apply this year as it is.
Anyone who did not qualify in the past 2 years, or is applying for the first time, must still have their applications and income information into the Assessor’s Office by Friday, October 1st, by 12:00 PM.
The Executive Order as it pertains to this program reads as follows:
2. Suspension of Reapplication Filing Requirement for the Additional Veterans Tax Relief Program. The biennial filing requirements imposed by Sections 12-81g, 12-81f, 12-81ii and 12-81jj of the Connecticut General Statutes for taxpayers who were granted tax relief benefits pursuant to those sections for the Grand List year 2019 and who are required to recertify for the Grand List year 2021, are suspended and such taxpayers shall automatically maintain their benefits for the next biennial cycle ending in Grand List year 2023.
Anyone who did not qualify in 2019, or is applying for the first time, must still have their applications into the Assessor’s Office by October 1st, 2021.
Below, you will find the link to the guide for the information in this letter, in regards to the Additional Veterans program, as well as the full Executive Order. If you have any questions, please let us know and we will be happy to assist you.
Calculating Property Taxes
A mill is equal to $1 of tax for each $1,000 of assessment. To calculate the property tax, multiply the assessment of the property by the mill rate and divide by 1,000.
For example, a property with a assessed value of $50,000 located in a municipality with a mill rate of 20 mills would have a property tax bill of $1,000 per year.
PERSONAL PROPERTY FORMS
- 2020 Personal Property Notice
- 2020 Personal Property Short Form
- 2020 Personal Property Long Form
- 2020 Manufacturing, Machinery and Equipment Form
- 2020 Personal Property Editable Excel Form
- 2020 Personal Property Motor Vehicle Form
- Personal Property Solar Exemption Form
- Farm Machinery, Horses and Ponies
- Close of Business Form.pdf
mOTOR vEHICLE fORMS
TAX BENEFIT FORMS