Who are the assessors in North Brookfield MA?
There are three elected assessors. Assessors are required by Massachusetts state law to list and value all real and personal property. The tax rate is based on local appropriations at town meetings, state reimbursements, and the collection of taxes and fees.
What is the property tax rate in Brookfield MA?
The tax rate for Fiscal Year 2021 (July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021) is $17.99 per thousand dollars of value The Assessors office is responsible for the valuation of real and personal property for the purpose of levying the property tax.
What does Board of assessors do in Brimfield Ma?
The Board of Assessors administers the full & fair assessment of real and personal property for the purpose of levying the property tax per Massachusetts General Law, chapter 59. Brimfield is a quarterly community. The preliminary assessment is based on the prior years’ tax rate.
Who is the town clerk of Brookfield MA?
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Who is vision Government Solutions in Brookfield MA?
The Town of Brookfield contracted with Vision Government Solutions of Northboro, Massachusetts to assist with the 2016 state mandated revaluation project. Both the Assessor’s Office and Vision Government Solutions would like to thank Town of Brookfield residents for their patience and cooperation throughout the 2016 Revaluation project.
When do Brookfield CT property values get updated?
The 2021 values will be updated in late October or early November. The Town of Brookfield contracted with Vision Government Solutions of Hudson, Massachusetts to assist with the 2021 state mandated revaluation project.