The Tax Office hours are
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
8am to 4pm
Thursday 8am- 6pm
Payments can be mailed to:
Payments can be made through our website using a credit/debit card (fee 2.95%) or using your checking account by the echeck feature (95 cents).
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
Payments can be made by phone by using our online service provider. This service also has additional fees. The phone number is 1-877-271-5230.
To make a payment through our website click on the View or Pay Tax Bills button above.
If you use your own bank's online bill pay please make sure you send the payment at the beginning of collection. Often it takes many days for it to arrive and generally they do not come with a US Postal Service Post Mark. If it is received after the due date it will be considered late.
If you are mailing at the end of the grace period you may want to go into the Post Office for the envelope to be hand stamped with the date.
If you would like a receipt for your payment, please send a self addressed stamped envelope with your payment. You can also print out a receipt of your payment by viewing the website. The report will show the date the payment was processed.
There is a cash limit of $500 per visit. We accept bank checks, money orders and personal checks.
The mill rate for 2021-2022 is 30.10. Bills were mailed on June 22, 2021.
If you have any questions, you can reach us by email email@example.com or by phone 203-775-7304.
Delinquent motor vehicle bills from the 2017 Grand List and older (2005-2017GL) are with our collection agency Tax Serv Capital Services LLC. Please make your payments to them by calling 1-866-497-2427.
Motor Vehicles No Longer Owned
If you have received a Motor Vehicle bill with a motor vehicle you no longer own, please contact the Assesor's Office to find out what you need to do to remove the bill or have it pro-rated for the correct time period. You can call the Assessor's Office at 203-775-7302 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are here to assist you so please don’t hesitate to contact us.
2020 Tax Information
Click on View or Pay Tax Bill, choose All Online Tax Payments and Payment History, insert your last name followed by a space and your first initial. (Do not use punctuation.) Choose the IRS Payment Records for 2020 Option then click on Search.
On the next screen, you will see the bills. There is a blue colored bar above the bills where you can click on the box next to IRS. Once you click on it another button will appear above it that says View IRS. Click on it and you will get a report.
The Tax Collector's office is responsible for the collection of property taxes and water assessment. The office operates under the authority of the Connecticut General Statutes and Brookfield Town Ordinances.
- Business/personal property taxes
- Motor vehicle taxes
- Real estate taxes
- Water line assessment
|Roberta Sinatra||Tax Collector||(203) 775-7304|
|Anne Trenck||Assistant Tax Collector||(203) 775-7304|
|Tina Cordeiro||Assistant Tax Collector||(203) 775-7304|