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TAX revenue collector's OFFICE
IMPORTANT - ONLINE PAYMENT INFORMATION
When paying delinquent motor vehicle bills online, it will take (3) three business days to be cleared for
release for the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Our Office's Responsibility to Our Residents:
The Griswold Revenue Collector Office s responsible for
the billing and collection of all Real Estate, Motor Vehicle
and Personal Property bills for Griswold and
the Borough District
Any questions concerning assessed value, adjustments, exemptions or credits, tax relief programs, and improper motor vehicle tax billings should be directed to the Assessors Office at (860) 376-7060 extension 105 or 103.
Questions about billing, tax balances due, amounts paid, delinquent taxes and interest charged should be directed to the Revenue Collector's Office.
Your Tax bill will show a column for the total Town Tax and a column for the total District Tax (Borough).
The total due box will reflect the combined total of Town and Borough taxes due. It will not be possible to pay only the Town tax or only the Borough District Tax on any of these accounts, as it will be automatically be apportioned to the Borough of Jewett City and Town of Griswold.
ALL BILLS PAID IN PERSON WILL BE PAID AT THE TOWN TAX OFFICE ON THE FIRST FLOOR.
CHECKS ARE MADE PAYABLE TO: TOWN OF GRISWOLD FOR ALL BILLS INCLUDING THOSE WITHIN THE
BOROUGH DISTRICT TAX
Make Your Online
Assistant Tax Collector
Griswold Town Hall
28 Main Street
Jewett City, CT 06351
Phone: 860 376-7060
Fax: 860 376-7070
Our office is on the first floor of the Town Hall.
Monday - Wednesday
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
8:30 AM – 6:30 PM
8:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Mobile Home Information
Any person owning a mobile manufactured home should have filed with the Town Clerk a certificate of title, bill of sale or other document evidencing the person's ownership of the mobile manufactured home. Furthermore, any document transferring title or owner who desires to remove such home from a park or land on which it has been situated must file a removal statement for
recording with the Town Clerk
Dates to Remember
All taxes on the Grand List of October 1st of a given year are billed in July of the following year.
Bills are mailed once a year.
(No additional mailings will be sent for installments.)
Interest on late payments is 18% annual, calculated at 1 and 1/2% per month or any fraction of a month from the due date.
Real and Personal Property
No other bill will be sent for the January installment on your Real Estate and Personal Property bills. These tax bills are mailed only in July of every year, so please mark your calendars as a reminder.
ALL DELINQUENT MOTOR VEHICLE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES FOR 2012
AND PRIOR YEARS ARE SUBJECT TO COLLECTION FEES.
CONTACT ROSSI LAW OFFICES AT 1-800-647-6774..
How Do I Pay My Tax Bill?
The best way to make a tax payment in person at the Town Hall. We would be happy to answer all of your questions.
When paying by check through the mail:
When paying by Credit card/Debit Card:
Delays in mailing due to incorrect mailing information can cost you money. You can avoid delays and possible late fees and interest by simply providing you correct mail delivery address. For our motor vehicle tax bills we rely on files from the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicle to have the most current address. If you have not updated your address on your registration with DMV please do so ASAP.