The Tax Office will be closed to the public until April 30th, due to the ongoing COVID-19 Outbreak.
NO CASH payments will be accepted. Payments may be made online by clicking here. Payments can also be mailed in. Enclose your check made payable to "Tax Collector Town of Lebanon” with your bill. If a receipt is needed, please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope; otherwise, no receipt will be sent.
Payments made by mail will be processed as received as of the postmarked date.
I am available via email and phone
Property scheduled for Lien April 1st, 2020 will not have a Lien placed until May 1st, 2020 if still deliquent at that time.
For IRS Payment Records for Year 2019, Click on the Online Tax Payments link and follow the instructions on the page. Be sure to click on the IRS button on the right.
For Delinquent Motor Vehicle Bills, DMV will be electronically notified of your payment. You should be cleared to register two business days after your payment. Please plan accordingly. You can check whether you have any DMV compliance issues at ct.gov/dmv/online.
The Lebanon Tax Office is responsible for the collection of taxes for the Town of Lebanon. In addition we are the Agent for the collection for the Flood and Control Board, for the Lake Williams Dam Assessment, and the Collector for the WPCA.
Per the Town Charter, effective December 1, 2019, the position of Tax Collector shall become an appointed position upon the completion of the current elected term or when a vacancy occurs.
DMV UPDATE: Per Connecticut General Statute 14-33, if motor vehicle taxes are unpaid, you will not be able to newly register or renew any vehicle registration with the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles. The DMV no longer accepts from tax collectors a paper tax release or stamp on the back of your registration renewal. DMV will be electronically notified of your payment. You should be cleared to register two business days after your payment (i.e., if your payment was made on Monday, you could register on Wednesday). Please plan accordingly. You can check whether you have any DMV compliance issues at ct.gov/dmv/online. Once cleared, you can renew online without needing to visit a DMV office. ALL outstanding vehicle taxes associated with your name and/or your registration marker number(s) must be paid in full in order for a release to be issued.
If you have received a tax bill from a town that you DID NOT RESIDE IN or GARAGE YOUR VEHICLE IN as of October 1, contact the Tax Assessor to request a transfer to the correct town/city of residency as of October 1.
2018 was a revaluation year.
The next revaluation year is 2023.
The mil rate for 2019-2020 is 29.4.
|Kelly Lawer||Tax Collector (D) (11/21/2023)|
|Beth Nelson||Revenue Clerk|