Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am-4:00pm
Phone Number: 860-435-5176
If a taxpayer has sold, junked or totaled a motor vehicle or moved it out of State, it is his or her responsibility to contact the Assessor’s Office and to provide the necessary paperwork in order to have the assessment prorated if applicable. See following:
(1.) A CONNECTICUT DMV ISSUED MARKER CANCELLATION RECEIPT
If you have not already returned your plates to the DMV, or have lost them, you will need to contact the DMV, cancel your registration before we can process your paperwork.
(2.) IN ADDITION TO THE DMV PLATE CANCELLATION RECEIPT: Copy of the front AND back of the title showing the transfer of ownership OR a DMV bill of sale signed by both buyer AND seller
· Letter from the insurance company on company letterhead stating that the vehicle was deleted from the policy, including the reason why the policy was canceled, or a copy of the accident report stating the vehicle was a TOTAL loss
· Receipt from the junkyard identifying vehicle and date junked
· Letter from the charity to which the vehicle was donated INCLUDING the date donated
· Copy of the registration from the new state for each vehicle which includes a clearly identifiable effective date of issue
If you purchased a vehicle after the October 1 assessment date, you will be liable for the Supplemental tax on such vehicle in the town where you resided on October 1.