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2020 Personal Property Declaration
The Town Assessor's Office is responsible for the discovery, listing, and equitable valuation of all real and personal property within the Town of Sherman in accordance with Connecticut State Statutes for the annual production of the Grand List.
Contact Information and Office Hours
Phone: (860) 355-0376
Fax: (860) 350-5041
Tuesday - Friday
9:00am - 12:00pm & 1:00 - 4:00pm
Mallory Town Hall
9 Rt 39 North
P.O. Box 39
Sherman, Connecticut 06784
Assessor's Office Staff
Al Garzi, Assessor, CCMAII
Kathy Retter, Assistant Assessor, CCMAI
Description of Services and Fees
The assessor and staff administer state and local programs of tax relief & apply exemptions (blind, disabled, veterans, fireman’s abatement etc.) as permitted by state law.
Any Homeowner that filed their Homeowner's application in 2018 and are required to refile this year do not need to refile per Governor Lamont. You will receive the same credit you received last year.
Governor Lamont's Executive order 7s:
Suspension of Reapplication Filing Requirement for the Homeowners' Elderly/Disabled
Circuit Breaker Tax Relief Program and for the Homeowners' Elderly/Disabled Freeze Tax Relief Program. The biennial filing requirements under Sections 12-170aa( e) and (f) and Sections 12-129b and 12-129c of the Connecticut General Statutes for any taxpayers who were granted the benefit for the Grand List year 2017 and who is required to recertify for the Grand List year 2019, are suspended and such taxpayers shall automatically maintain their benefits for the next biennial cycle ending in Grand List year 2021.
Any questions please call or email the Assessor's Office.
Income requirements for the State Elderly & Disabled Tax Relief for 2020 Grand List are $45,800 married and $37,600 single. Income requirements for the Town Elderly & Disabled Tax Relief for 2019 Grand List are $42,900 married and $35,200 single. Filing period is February 1 through May 15, applications are available in the Assessor’s Office.
Town of Sherman Additional Tax Credit For Veterans:
Sherman Veterans who meet the requirements provided by section 12-81(19) and (22) and meet certain income requirements will be eligible for additional veterans exemption. Maximum income requirement is as follows:
- Single - $52,700 - Income includes Social Security
- Married - $58,900 - Income includes Social Security
To receive credit for Motor vehicles Sold, Stolen, Salvaged or Registered Out of State one of the following proofs are required:
- Receipt from DMV for return of license plates.
- Copy of "bill of sale" or "transfer of title"
- Statement from insurance company stating when insurance was cancelled and reason for cancellation.
- Copy of "accident/police report".
- Copy of out-of-state registration.
- Proof of date you moved out of state, i.e., lease, deed, and utility bill. (Must show new address)
The Assessor’s office conducts a revaluation of all Real Estate as defined by State Statutes every 5 years. Sherman’s last revaluation was conducted October 1, 2018.
The Mill Rate for the 2020 Grand list is 18.64.
Questions concerning assessed value, adjustments, exemptions, tax relief and improper motor vehicle tax billings should be directed to the Assessor’s Office @ 860-355-0376.
Questions regarding billing, tax balances due, amounts paid and interest should be directed to the Tax Collector’s Office @ 860-354-4146.