The Office of Policy and Management maintains a listing of all real estate sales with a sales price of $2,000 or greater that occur between October 1 and September 30 of each year. For each sale record, the file includes: town, property address, date of sale, property type (residential, apartment, commercial, industrial or vacant land), sales price, and property assessment.
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).
The Office of Policy and Management annually develops the full-value estimate of all taxable property within the 169 towns and cities. A ratio of assessment to market value is calculated from real estate sales occurring within each town and city. A separate ratio and full-value estimate is listed for four property types: residential, apartment, commercial/industrial/public utility and vacant land
Catalog of high value data inventories produced by Connecticut executive branch agencies and compiled by the Office of Policy and Management. This catalog does not contain information about high value GIS data, which is compiled in a separate data inventory at the following link: https://data.ct.gov/Government/CT-Data-Catalog-GIS-/p7we-na27
As required by Public Act 18-175, executive branch agencies must annually conduct a high value data inventory to capture information about the high value data that they collect.
High value data is defined as any data that the department head determines (A) is critical to the operation of an executive branch agency; (B) can increase executive branch agency accountability and responsiveness; (C) can improve public knowledge of the executive branch agency and its operations; (D) can further the core mission of the executive branch agency; (E) can create economic opportunity; (F) is frequently requested by the public; (G) responds to a need and demand as identified by the agency through public consultation; or (H) is used to satisfy any legislative or other reporting requirements.
This dataset was last updated 2/14/2019 and will continue to be updated as high value data inventories are submitted to OPM.