All persons liable to pay taxes to the Town of East Hampton, levied upon the list of October 1, 2014 are hereby notified that the first installment of the taxes are due and payable on July 1, 2015 at the temporary rate of 27.14 mills on the dollar. The tax bills were mailed out June 30, 2015.
On July 22, 2015, the mill rate of 27.78 was voted on and set.
Second installments and any adjustments on real estate and/or personal property will be due and payable January 1, 2016 and can be paid any date prior if desired.
Real Estate and Personal Property taxes must be paid by August 3, 2015 to avoid interest. All prior delinquent taxes must be paid by July 31, 2015 to avoid additional interest.
The motor vehicle tax bills were mailed July 30, 2015 with the mill rate of 27.78. You will have thirty (30) days to pay without interest with a due date of September 1, 2015. All prior motor vehicle taxes are due and payable now, and must be paid in cash or money order.
Non receipt of a tax bill does not invalidate the tax and interest or applicable fees. If you have not received a tax bill, please call the office or go on the Town website at www.easthamptonct.gov to obtain payment information.
The real estate and personal property tax bills are in two parts this year: the top part (C) is the tax payer’s copy for your records. If paying your tax bill in person please bring the entire billl with you so that we can stamp the top part as a receipt for you and use the bottom part for your payment. If you are paying by mail please send in the bottom part with your check. If you are paying by mail and would like a receipt please mail in your entire bill and a self-addressed stamped envelope with your check and we will mail your receipt back to you.
You can go to the Town website at www.easthamptonct.gov and pay your taxes using an ACH payment, debit card, or Visa, Discover, or Mastercard charges cards only. There are fees associated with the online payment option.
Any questions regarding taxes, call the Tax Office at (860) 267-2300. Any questions regarding assessments, exemptions or credits, call the Assessor’s Office at (860) 267-2510.