Montville Tax Collection Department 310 Norwich New London Tpke, Uncasville, CT06382 The Tax Collection Department bills citizens and collects taxes on real estate, personal property and vehicles. The…More latter two taxes are due July 1, annually. There's no interest if you pay them during the month of July. You can pay your real estate taxes in two payments if you wish, on July 1 and on January 1 of the following year, if you owe more than $100. If you owe less than $100, the taxes are due in July. As with motor vehicle and personal property taxes, you have 30 days to pay without interest. You can pay your taxes by mail, by sending a check or money order to the tax collector. You can also pay online by going to the tax collector's website.
Montville Assessor's Office 310 Norwich New London Tpke, Uncasville, CT06382 The assessor's office is responsible for setting values on all the real estate and personal property in town. Personal…More property includes vehicles, mobile homes that are not real estate, horses, ponies and thoroughbreds. According to the town's website, the assessor also "adjusts or removes motor vehicle taxes" when a vehicle is stolen, damaged, sold or moved to another state. The assessor also can give tax breaks and exemptions that are allowed by Connecticut state law.
The financial life of the Town of Montville takes place primarily in the town's Finance Department. The department…More includes the finance director, treasurer, assessor's office, tax collector's office, an accounts payable clerk and a payroll clerk.
The finance director keeps track of the town's money, making payments as needed, keeping all financial records current and correct. The director is responsible for the town's bonds and for the necessary bonding of town employees, for preparing the data for the annual financial report, and for implementing and preparing the budget.
The tax collector bills residents and collects taxes on real estate, personal property and motor vehicles.
The assessor is responsible for keeping track of all real estate and personal property in the town, and for giving exemptions and tax relief.