The Grand List is the aggregate valuation of taxable property within a given town. The Total Net Grand Lists by Town Data includes a breakdown for taxable categories and exemptions under the following column headings:
Town Name, Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Public Utility, Vacant, Land Use, 10 Mill Forest, Apartments, Total Real, Real Exemptions, Total Net Real, Motor Vehicles, MV Exemptions, Total Net MV, Personal Property, Personal Property Exemptions, Total Net Personal Property, Total Net Grand List
Contains information on structures that are owned by the State of Connecticut. This inventory is currently maintained by the OPM and information is self-reported by those State agencies that have custody and control over State owned buildings. For additional information about this data, please contact the agency which is listed as owning the property. This data is updated annually (October).
Municipal Fiscal Indicators is an annual compendium of information compiled by the Office of Policy and Management, Intergovernmental Policy Division (IGP), Municipal Finance Services Unit (MFS). The data contained in Indicators provides key financial and demographic information on municipalities in Connecticut. Municipal Fiscal Indicators contains the most current financial data available for each of Connecticut's 169 municipalities. The majority of this data was compiled from the audited financial statements that are filed annually with the State of Connecticut, Office of Policy and Management, IGP Division. This database of information includes selected demographic and economic data relating to, or having an impact upon, a municipality’s financial condition. The most recent edition is for the Fiscal Years Ended 2008-2012 published in December of 2012
Office of Policy and Management administers the Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) on Private Tax-Exempt Property pursuant to CGS §12-19b(b), §12-20a and §12-20b. This program provides payments for real property tax losses due to exemptions applicable to eligible private colleges and general and free standing chronic disease hospitals.
A mill is equal to $1.00 of tax for each $1,000 of assessment. To calculate the property tax, multiply the assessment of the property by the mill rate and divide by 1,000. For example, a property with a assessed value of $50,000 located in a municipality with a mill rate of 20 mills would have a property tax bill of $1,000 per year.