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 an 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.
Local property tax mill rates have been set for individual Connecticut municipalities for fiscal year 2019-2020. These rates are based upon the 2018 grand list and are available below. These are the most current mill rates and are reflected in each municipality's July 2019 tax bills.
This dataset contains aggregate data concerning abuse/neglect reports accepted for a response from DCF. Traditionally, DCF has had only one manner of responding to such reports, which was a mandated Child Protective Services (CPS) Investigation. As of April 2012, DCF began responding to low-risk reports through a voluntary Family Assessment Response (FAR) process. Reports handled through a FAR response still contain allegations that meet the statutory definitions of neglect, but they do not receive a decision concerning whether they are substantiated or not. This policy has resulted in fewer substantiated allegations since its implementation, but the agency continues to serve as many or more families reported for abuse/neglect.
A listing of each municipality in Connecticut and corresponding regions that are used throughout the State for various admininstrative and planning purposes. This list is not exhaustive and will be added to over time.
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