Exemption Deadline Extended
Governor Mills ordered an extension to the deadline for many tax exemption applications which are normally due April 1st. Please CLICK HERE to see the attached order.
The Department determines assessed values on all residential and commercial real estate and personal property, and maintains all Town ownership and assessment data for the purpose of annual tax bills. If you would like to have additional information regarding your property’s assessment, you can go to the Town’s Geographic Information System (GIS) and locate your property, which will include your property card and value. Please note this information is current as of April 1, 2019. For updated information contact the Assessor’s Office.
We are also responsible for the Town’s tax maps, deeds, exemption applications, addresses and copies of land survey plans(if provided to us). All records are available for public inspection during normal business hours.
Property Tax Bills
- How do I get a copy of my tax bill?
- How do I change my address on my tax bill?
- I’ve bought (or sold) a mobile home, how do I change the ownership information for tax billing purposes?
- I recently sold (or bought) a property why did I receive (or not receive) the tax bill?
- I recently purchased a subdivided parcel, why did I not receive a tax bill for that individual parcel?
- I am planning to build a new house, how do I obtain a house number for that house?
- I owned a business in Brunswick that has since moved or closed, do I need to notify the Assessor’s Office?