TAXES ARE DUE JANUARY 1, 2023
Tax bills for Real Estate and Personal Property were mailed in June 2022 with a payment slip for each installment.
No bill will be mailed for the January 2023 installment.
To obtain a duplicate copy of the bill, please go to www.mytaxbill.net/newlondon.
Supplemental motor vehicle tax bills will be mailed the last week of December 2022. Supplemental motor vehicle tax bills are for vehicles registered between October 2, 2021 and August 1, 2022, whether it is a new registration or a transfer of plates. If you do not receive your bill by the end of the first week of January 2023, please contact our office or check online.
FEBRUARY 1, 2023 IS THE LAST DAY TO PAY WITHOUT PENALTY.
City offices will be closed on Monday, January 2, 2023 in observance of New Year's Day
and on Monday, January 16, 2023 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr Day.
What We Do
The Tax Division is responsible for the issuing of tax bills and the collection of all taxes (real estate, personal property and motor vehicles), and tax liens levied by the City.
Mill Rate for Fiscal Year 2023 for Real Estate and Personal Property is 37.31
Mill Rate for Fiscal Year 2023 for Motor Vehicles is 32.46
City Center District Mill Rate Fiscal Year 2023 is 1.15
A Mill is 1/1000 of a dollar.
Taxes are computed by multiplying the assessed value of a property by the mill rate.
Example: Assessed Value of Property $200,000 Mill Rate 37.31
Therefore: $200,000 x .03731 = $7,462.00 annual tax
Or: $37.31 in taxes for every $1000 of assessment.
How to pay
In office: 15 Masonic St, New London, CT 06320 (behind City Hall, next to the Post Office)
By mail: City of New London, PO Box 1305, New London, CT 06320
*Online processing fees:
E-check - $2.00 for balance under $10,000, $10.00 for balance over $10,000
Visa Debit - $3.95
Other Cards - 2.5% of balance
To obtain a clearance, all motor vehicles taxes in your name need to be paid in good funds.
0-day hold on cash payments, money orders, and cashier's checks
2-day hold on debit or credit card payments
10-day hold on personal checks or E-checks
When Are Tax Bills Due?
Real Estate Taxes over $100 are due in two installments, on July 1st and January 1st. All bills are mailed in June with enough copies for both installments.
Personal Property Taxes over $100 are due in two installments, on July 1st and January 1st. All bills are mailed in June with enough copies for both installments.
Regular Motor Vehicle Taxes due in one installment on July 1st.
Supplemental Motor Vehicle Taxes are due in one installment on January 1st.
Interest penalties on delinquent taxes accrue at a rate of 18% per annum by State Statute.
Payments received after the grace period are considered two (2) months delinquent, i.e. 3% interest penalty, thereafter, 1.5% additional per month.
Checks returned for insufficient funds will be assessed an additional twenty dollar ($20.00) fee and tax, interest and penalty will be required to be paid by certified check or cash.
IRS payment reports
To view and print records of tax payments for IRS purposes, you may visit www.mytaxbill.new/newlondon.
The fee to print these in the office is 50¢ per page.