WOODBURY, CT – The city of Woodbury is collaborating within the tax-deferment program outlined within the Gov. Ned Lamont’s government orders; tax funds may be deferred.
Tax payments due on Wednesday may have a 3 month grace interval, making the final day to pay with out penalty Oct. 1. Nevertheless, the deferment doesn’t apply to already current late taxes.
PUBLIC ACCESS HAS BEEN RESTRICTED BY THE SELECTMAN
ALL APPOINTMENTS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
When you’ve got any questions please name – 203.263.3912
PLEASE BE ADVISED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE WE WILL NOT ACCEPT CASH – WE WILL ACCEPT CHECKS OR CREDIT CARDS
Tax payments for the 2019 Grand Record shall be mailed on the finish of June 2020. The primary installment for Actual Property and Private Property tax is due July 1, 2020. Motor Automobile tax payments are due in full July 1, 2020.
The City of Woodbury shall be collaborating within the tax deferment program outlined within the Governor’s Government Orders 7S and 7W. Tax payments changing into due July 1, 2020 may have a three-month prolonged grace interval, making the final day to pay with out penalty October 1, 2020. The deferment doesn’t apply to already current late taxes.
Deferment shall be accessible on all non-escrowed actual property, private property, and motorcar tax payments with out software, apart from landlords, who should submit the OPM supplied kind to the Tax Collector’s Workplace by July 1, 2020. Actual property taxes paid by means of escrow by mortgage establishments should not eligible for deferment and shall be delinquent after August 3, 2020.
Following the deferment interval, curiosity at a price of 1.5% per thirty days again to the unique due date of the invoice shall be utilized on all delinquent tax balances, per State Statute Sec. 12-146.
Deferment purposes for landlords and extra data can be found on the Tax Collector’s web page of the City web site at woodburyct.org, or by calling the Tax Workplace at 203-263-3912.
The second installment for each Actual Property and Private Property tax is due January 1, 2021 and payable by February 1, 2021.
Per State Statute, payments not paid or postmarked (United States Postal Service postmark) by the final day to pay shall be charged curiosity on the price of 1.5% per thirty days from the unique due dates of July 1, 2020 and January 1, 2021.
Questions relating to assessments or exemptions needs to be directed to the Assessor’s Workplace at 203-263-2435. For additional data or questions relating to taxes, please see the connected hyperlinks on this web page or name the tax workplace at 203-263-3912, Monday by means of Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.