Assessor's Office

The 2023 town-wide reappraisal is complete and updated property values are reflected in the 2023-2024 property tax bills (mailed on or before August 30, 2023).



Common Level of Appraisal (CLA): 119.26%                                             
Coefficient of Dispersion (COD): (n/a)                                                     

Access to your property assessment is available by using the NEMRC online website; click submit and filter accordingly or enter applicable criteria to view property valuation data and improvements. 


In 1978, the Legislature passed the Use Value Appraisal (Current Use) law. The law allows the valuation and taxation of farm and forest land based on its remaining in agricultural or forest use, instead of its development value in the marketplace. The primary objectives of the program are to keep Vermont's agricultural and forest land in production, slow the development of these lands, and achieve greater equity in property taxation on undeveloped land. Benefits for land enrolled in the program were first realized in the tax year 1980.

For the 2023 tax year, the Current Use Advisory Board has established the following use values:

  • Agricultural Land: $456/acre
  • Forest Land: $187/acre
  • Forest Land more than 1 mile from a Class I, II or III Town Road: $140/acre
Visit the State of Vermont Current Use Program website for more information and applicable forms.