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    Location:
    21 Tolland Green
    5th Level
    Tolland, CT 06084
    Phone: (860) 871-3650
    Fax:(860) 871-3663

    Staff Directory:

    Town Assessor
    Jason Lawrence

    Phone: (860) 871-3655
    E-mail: jlawrence@tolland.org

    Deputy Assessor
    Kathleen McMahon

    Phone: (860) 871-3656
    E-mail:kmcmahon@tolland.org

    Assessment Technician
    Debra Grondin
    Phone: (860) 871-3650
    E-mail: dgrondin@tolland.org

    Office Hours:

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
    Thursday – 8:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
    Friday – Closed

    The Assessor is responsible for maintaining a uniform distribution of the property tax burden among all the taxpayers, and ensuring that procedures are performed in accordance with provisions of the Connecticut General Statues Title 12.

    The Assessor’s Office is responsible for preparing a yearly Grand List that identifies all taxable Real and Personal Property located in Tolland as of October 1. Assessment records are updated from documents received from the Town Clerk’s Office, Planning & Development, Zoning and the Building Inspector. Tax maps are maintained on an annual basis. Inspections are made of all properties receiving building permits during the course of the year as well as properties where work has been done without proper permits.

    It is the responsibility of the Assessor’s Office to determine eligibility for various statutory and local exemptions. These include veterans, elderly, disabled, blind, solar, manufactures, farm and forest, among others. Numerous reports are prepared for various private, state and municipal agencies. Appraisal reports are reviewed for properties the Town is interested in acquiring.

    The Assessor’s Office is required to supervise and coordinate the revaluation of all taxable and exempt property. Revaluations are now required every five years by State Statutes.

    Click here to link to the property valuation database in the Vision Appraisal website.

    Questions on how/when/where to pay your taxes? Click here to link to the Collector of Revenue (Tax Department) page for detailed information.

    Revaluation Public Meeting Presentation 11/20/14