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Friday
Jul012011

New Connecticut 2011-2012 Mill Rates and property taxes take effect July 1, 2011

Do you want to know what your new property taxes are going to be? Your taxes change each year on July, 1st. 

SEE UPDATED TAX RATES  FOR 2012-2013 HERE

All Connecticut towns prepare a budget for the year and set a new mill rate for property owners to pay for that budget. If you look at the record of your property as it exists in Town Hall, you will see that your property is appraised at one value, and assessed at another value. Your new property taxes are determined by multiplying the mill rate by the assessment.

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We have obtained the 2011-2012 mill rates for the following towns that we service: 

 

... in Fairfield County

   Darien ......................12. 2 mills
   Easton ......................22.95 mills
   Fairfield........22.47 mills
   Greenwich *No Sewers..............10.111 mills
        Greenwich  *With Sewers..............10.641 mills
  Monroe..............28.79 mills

  New Canaan............13.853 mills  (with sewers 14.476 mills)
  Newtown ..........24.37 mills
       Newtown (additional tax for Borough residents).......00.61 mills
  Norwalk Districts 1,2,3,8,9 *With Garbage.............20.742 mills
       Norwalk Districts 1,2,3,8,9 *No Garbage..........20.251 mills

       Norwalk Districts 4,5 *With Garbage......20.795 mills

       Norwalk Districts 4, 5 *No Garbage...20.304 mills                                                   

       Norwalk Districts 6,7 *Services only.......19.022 mills

  Redding...............22.79 mills
  Shelton.........18.57 mills 

  Southport ........22.47 mills
  Stratford.........34.15 mills
  Trumbull........  25.00 mills
  Weston.........23.94 mills
  Westport.........17.43 mills

and New Haven County

  Ansonia.............26.25 mills
  Derby.........27.90 mills
  Milford........29.35 mills 
  Oxford..............23.21 mills
  Seymour...........27.62 mills

And a note From Judy: If you have a question about buying or selling Real Estate in Fairfield County, and are in need of an Realtor to represent you, I invite you to contact me, and if you have an idea for a topic that you would like to see on The CT Realty Blog, please include it in the "Post a Comment" section link below this post. We appreciate the feedback and look forward to providing you with the best real estate content, advice and service in Fairfield County, Connecticut.

 

 

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