Assessor’s Office

Kara J. Fishman, CCMA II, MAI – Assessor

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. Please contact the Assessor’s office for additional information.

GL 2018 BILL Rate
Real Estate – 35.461
Personal Property – 35.461
Motor Vehicles – 35.461

Last revaluation: GL 2016
Next revaluation: GL 2021

Download Documents, Forms and Applications


Office Closings

The Assessor’s Office will be closed the following times and days:

October 16, 2019, Wednesday – The office will be opened at noon.
October 18, 2019, Friday – The office is closed.
October 22, 2019, Tuesday – The office will be opened at noon.
October 25, 2019, Friday – The office is closed.

Please call before visiting the Assessor’s Office if you wish to speak with the Assessor. Out-of-office field work is not always planned in advance. For regular office hours, please scroll down the page.

Helpful Links

  • VISION – Ashford Property Cards
  • NECCOG – GIS Mapping – click the Agree button at the page bottom to enter the GIS
  • CT DMV – Change of Address information
  • Ashford Tax Collector – Responsible for collecting the municipal taxes on real estate, personal property, and motor vehicles

Contact Information

5 Town Hall Road - Ashford, CT 06278

Opening hours

Closings
July 22, 2019 - office opening at 2 pm
September 15, 2019 - office opening at noon

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