Tax bills were mailed on Friday July 16th.
Interest Began September 14, please call for payoff amount
Copies can be downloaded from the file below.
Taxes are committed annually around the beginning of July, they are due 30 days after the date of commitment and interest begins 60 days after the date of commitment, around the beginning of September.
Interest Began 9/13/2022
Tax Rate is $14.72
Assessment Ratio 87%
Annual Deadline December 1st for the following years taxes
If you are at least 65 years old, have been eligible for the homestead exemption for 10 yrs ( can be non consecutive) you may qualify for this program.
Have a question about your balance or checking to see if your mortgage company has paid, please call Marylou at 625-4663 or send an email to email@example.com
We now accept card payments, however there is a 2.5% processing fee with a minimum fee of $1.00.
Cash and checks still accepted
Whose name will the tax bill be in?
You can find the owner of a certain parcel if you know the map and lot. This list has the name and location listed, to find a mailing address you can then go to our tax page and look at the commitment book for the owners name to locate the mailing address.
The tax maps we currently have available have not been updated with the most recent transactions. We are in the process of securing the funds to move towards a GIS mapping program. We hope to have this completed by the end of 2022.
Please contact the office with any questions.
The current maps are from April 2021
Deadline for 2023 Stabilization was December 1, 2022,
please check back after April 1, 2023 for application for 2024
This law allows certain residents to stabilize or freeze the property taxes on their homestead
Applicants must be:
Interested taxpayers will need to apply in the town where they claim their homestead on or before December 1 annually.
As long as the individual files an application each year, the tax on their homestead is fixed at the amount assessed in the year prior to the initial application. At this time the State will fully reimburse the municipalities for lost revenue.
For more information please visit the State of Maine, Property Tax Stabilization page
Homestead Exemption Application will need to be completed if you are not currently receiving the Homestead Exemption when applying for the stabilization program.
You do not need to be 65 to receive the Homestead Exemption, this is open to all permanent residents who have owned a house for a 12 month period prior to April 1 annually. Please visit the States page for additional information. Application link is located above.