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lauren-elliott.jpgDirector: Lauren Elliott
Telephone: (203) 622-7885
Fax: (203) 618-7655
Location: Town Hall, First Floor
101 Field Point Road
Greenwich, CT 06830
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Tax Information - Tax Collector
Your tax information is contained on this website, accessed by the link on the right side of this page (under Featured Sections of Our Site) which reads "VIEW OR PAY TAXES". ... Read more
Assessment Information
Assessment field cards, all assessments by street address and sales are available for public viewing in the Assessor's Office on the first floor at Town ... Read more
View or Pay Taxes Online
You can pay your Greenwich property taxes online, just click here. Please have your tax information ready.
View Assessments Online!
You can access the assessed values of all property in Town by searching for a street address. Click here to get started.
View Sales Online!
You can access the sales of residential houses and condominiums in Town by street address, neighborhood. Click here to get started.
Grand List Books for Sale
We will be selling the current grand list books for $30.00. We are also selling the older grand list books for $10.00 each (original ... Read more
Board of Assessment Appeals Appointments
If you are unsatisfied with your assessment, you may file an appeal with the Board of Assessment Appeals that will be conducting hearings during the ... Read more
Senior Tax Relief Applications
Applications for the State and Local Senior Tax Relief must be submitted between February 1 and May 15. Forms will be mailed to prior ... Read more
The Town Assessor's Office, headed by Lauren Elliott, is responsible for the equitable valuation of all real and personal property in accordance with Connecticut State Statutes at 70 percent of market value for the annual production of the Grand List. It also administers property tax exemptions within the Town.

Obtaining Information on a Property:
The assessor's office has public access computer terminals in the office for public use. The information includes various details about the parcel ID number, size, type, year built, ownership, latest assessment and legal description. If you need information on a particular property you may call the Assessors' Office (203) 622-7885. Information provided by phone may be limited so that we may keep the phone lines available to others.

The general public, government agencies, elected officials, the media and firms involved with appraisal, property insurance, title insurance, law, business and education are served by the assessor's office and make use of the property database.

The Assessor's Office is dedicated to the continual improvement of the quality of assessment information and to being responsive to the taxpayers of Greenwich.

Assessment Change Notice:
All property is assessed as of October 1st each year. Assessment change notices are sent out within ten days of the Assessor's signing of the Grand List (typically by January 31st each year) for properties that undergo change in use, splits, merges, new construction, demolition or revaluation.

Copies of Grand List Books are available in hard copy or on a CD ROM for purchase in the Assessor's Office at Town Hall for $30.

Assessor Maps:
Assessor maps are available for $1.00 per page. You must provide a return addressed stamped envelope with your request. They are also available at the Assessor's Office, Town Hall, first floor.

Field Cards:
Requests for copies of field cards should be addressed to the assessor's office and must include $1.00 per field card and a self-addressed, stamped envelope (see Real Estate or Personal Property).

Other Sources of Real Estate Data:
Information on zoning related matters are best addressed through the Planning and Zoning Department. Information on taxes due may be obtained through the Tax Collector's Office. The most recent sale transactions recorded may be obtained through the Clerk's Office as the Assessor's Office records may be a few weeks behind.

Income and Expense Reports:
All owners of properties which are rented in whole or in part, including (but not limited to) residential properties containing five or more units, office, retail, industrial, and mixed-use properties, must file the Income and Expense Report (see Income and Expense Reports).

How to correct an error on my property?
Call the Assessor's Office and provide them with your name, phone number and the nature of the error. The appraiser assigned to your neighborhood will follow up on the request by calling you and if necessary, setting up a date and time for an inspection of the property to correct the record.

What is a mill rate?
In Connecticut, property tax rates are expressed in Mills, or thousandths of a dollar. A property tax rate of 7.500 mills, .0075 expressed in decimal form, or .75% expressed as a percent of assessed value, results in the payment of $7.50 for each $1,000 of the properties assessed value. The Board of Estimate and Taxation sets the mill rate in May of every year in time for the July tax billing.

Department Information
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View Residential Neighborhood Map
Appeal my property assessment
Adjust a motor vehicle tax bill
Obtain information about real estate
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