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If you transferred the license plate from one vehicle to another, the tax is still due in full on the old car and you will receive a Supplemental Motor Vehicle tax bill in January for the new car.
If you no longer own the car and returned the plate to the Department of Motor Vehicles, or have moved out of state, you need to supply a copy of the returned plate receipt, or a copy of the out of state registration for a possible adjustment on your bill. The information may be faxed to the Assessor at 860-665-8533, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org . Any questions on documentation call the Assessor’s Office at 860-665-8530.
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For a list of when your taxes are due and the time frame it covers please visit the tax collector website
View our payment options on the Tax Collectors Payment Information page
To avoid long lines, you may make your check out to the Newington Revenue Collector, and mail your payment to the Tax Office at: 200 Garfield Street Newington, CT 06111
You may come in to the Town Hall to the Tax Office on the Main Floor at: 200 Garfield Street Newington, CT 06111
Hours are between 8:30 and 4:30 Monday through Friday.
If a receipt is needed, please enclose both copies of your bill along with a self-addressed envelope with a stamp on it. Keep your copy for your IRS records.
Yes. If you have your DD214 it must be filed with the Town Clerk at 860-665-8545. If you are on active duty, you may contact the Assessor’s Office at 860-665-8530. If you are currently in the reserves and are not active, no exemptions are available.