Assessor’s Office

Mary E. HudaTax Assessor
Town Hall
1043 Buckley Hwy
Union, CT 06076

Phone: (860) 684-5705

Wed: 9am to 12pm and 1pm-3pm and by Appt.

LINKS, DOWNLOADS & FORMS:

Tax Town Correction Form
Acceptable forms of proof for Grand List Removal
Board of Assessment Appeals
Tax Exempt Application-FILLABLE pdf
Application to the Assessor for Classification of Land as Farm Land – FILLABLE PDF
Application to the Assessor for Classification of Land as Open Space Land – FILLABLE PDF
Application to the Assessor for Classification of Land as Forest land – FILLABLE PDF

Assessor’s Office Information:

The Tax Assessor’s Office is open to the public on Wednesdays from 9-3 or by calling 684-5705 during those hours to make an appointment.

Property cards and assessment information is available in person at the Assessor’s Office or Online through Vision Appraisal.

Assistant Tax Assessor: Leanne Lake at assistantassessor@unionconnecticut.org
The Assistant Assessor is in the office Wednesdays, 9am-12noon and 1-3pm.

Important Filing Dates:

Homeowners Program for the Elderly: February 1st thru May 15th
New Application for Farm, Forest & Open Space: September 1st thru October 31st
Veterans Disability filed prior to: October 1st
Social Security Disability filed prior to: December 31st
Letters from Servicemen filed prior to: October 1st
Veteran’s Discharge (filed w/Town Clerk) by: September 30th
Personal Property owned Oct. 1 declared annually: October 1st thru November 1st

In an on-going effort to get your motor vehicles tax bills out in a timely manner please check you vehicles registrations, whether new or renewals, to be sure that the tax town code of “145” for Union (not Stafford or Eastford) appears in the upper right hand corner of this form. If you need to change your tax town code please download and complete the Tax Town Correction Form.

Removing Motor Vehicles from the Grand List

In order for the Assessor to remove any motor vehicle from the Grand List or to provide a prorated bill, proof must be supplied to the Assessor’s Office that you were not the owner, in UNION, as of October 1st, or that the vehicle was sold, stolen, destroyed, or registered out of state and NOT replaced. Acceptable forms of proof are explained here.

Exemption for Members of the Armed Forces

Armed Forces members who are seeking a Motor Vehicle Property Tax Exemption must complete the Application for Motor Vehicle Property Tax Exemption or Exemption Benefit for Connecticut Residents Who Are Members of the Armed Forces CGS 12-81(53).

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