The Assessor’s office will be closed on June 7th & June 9th. The office will also be closed 12:30 pm to 3 pm on June 5th.
Regular office hours are: Monday, Tuesday & Friday 8:30 am to 3 pm, and Wednesday 10 am to 6 pm.
The primary responsibility of the Assessor’s office is to discover, list and value all property in its jurisdiction. The Grand List is generated each year as of October 1 and is a record of all taxable and tax exempt property. The net taxable Grand List property includes real estate, motor vehicles, personal property owned by businesses and certain personal property owned by residents (such as unregistered motor vehicles).
All property is assessed at 70% of its October 1 value. Motor vehicles and personal property are assessed at 70% of market value each year. Real Estate is revalued every five years as required by Connecticut State Statute. The Assessor’s office also administers property tax exemptions and tax relief programs.
GL 2021 MILL Rate – 32.265
GL 2020 MILL Rate
Real Estate, Personal Property, Motor Vehicles – 36.369
Prior revaluation Grand List: 2016
Current revaluation Grand List: 2021
********************If you have not received a motor vehicle tax bill for a particular vehicle, check to confirm the registration was renewed by clicking here.********************
Forms and publications are under the Documents/Assessor Documents page (click here) or use the links below.
Transfers 10-1-2022 – 9-30-2023
Transfers 10-1-2021 – 9-30-2022
Transfers 10-1-2020 – 9-30-2021
Low Income Elderly/Disabled Homeowner’s Program
Motor Vehicle Values on the Grand List 2021
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- Property Cards – GL 2021 values
- GIS Mapping – click the Agree button at the page bottom to enter the GIS
- Motor Vehicle Credit Proof Required
- Top 10 Taxpayers in Ashford, 2021 Grand List
- CT DMV – Change of Address information
- CT DMV – Cancel Registration information
- Ashford Tax Collector – Responsible for collecting the municipal taxes on real estate, personal property, and motor vehicles
Status of Properties with Foundations Affected by Defective Concrete
Since 2015, the:
No. Foundations Replaced with captive insurance co funds (CSFIC) 14
No. Foundations fixed through other means 4
No. Properties where no assessment reduction has been requested 2
|GL Year||No. properties receiving reduced assessments||Assessment loss||Mill rate||Tax loss ($)|
For more information on requesting a reassessment of your building for an affected foundation see the Documents concerning PA 21-120 and Requirements for Reassessment. To learn more about state and local government’s response, use the following links:
https://portal.ct.gov/dcp/Trade-Practices-Division/Deteriorating-Concrete-Foundations – CT Department of Housing
https://crumblingfoundations.org/ – Connecticut Foundation Solutions Indemnity Corp.
https://crcog.org/crumbling-foundations/ – Capitol Region Council of Governments
https://foundationtesting.org/ – Foundation inspection/testing grant program
The Assessor’s Office will be closed the following times and days:
Please call or email the Assessor with any questions. Many questions can be answered by reviewing the Assessor Documents, Forms & Applications, accessed by clicking the link above.
Lynn Byberg, CCMA II
Assessor, Town of Ashford
5 Town Hall Road - Ashford, CT 06278