2023 Grand list Filing Extension
The filing of the 2023 Grand List has been extended from January 31, 2024, to February 29, 2024. The Board of Assessment Appeals will accept applications for the appeal of the Tax Assessor's final assessments of real estate and personal property placed on the 2023 Grand List and the 2022 supplemental motor vehicle Grand List. Applications will be available on March 1, 2024, and must be received by the office of the Assessor per state Statue (12-111) by 4:30 PM on Wednesday, March 20, 2024.
The City’s 2023 Revaluation Project to Determine Fair Market Value of Properties in Norwalk to Begin. Click here for more information.
Earlier in 2023, the City of Norwalk’s Tax Assessor’s Department began the Revaluation process. This process is completed every five years as state law requires all Connecticut municipalities to reevaluate properties, with inspections required every ten years.
In November, the City of Norwalk held an Informational Session on Norwalk’s 2023 Revaluation Project to explain the process and answer people’s questions about next steps. You can watch the recording of that session by visiting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fyq7p5fypI
In December, the City of Norwalk mailed a Notice of New Values to property owners. As mentioned in the notice, property owners have the opportunity to discuss their Notice of New Values by scheduling an informal hearing with a representative of either Vision Government Solutions or Safeground Analytics. These informal review hearings will be done by experienced appraisers who double-check the uniformity and accuracy of information with the property owner. Anyone who wants to schedule an informal hearing can do so by Friday, December 22 by visiting www.vgsi.com/schedules or calling 1-888-844-4300 between 9:00 AM-4:00 PM. If you need the City to reprint your notice, please email PGorman@norwalkct.gov. These informal review hearings will be held from December through mid-January 2024.
The tax assessor for Norwalk discovers, lists, and values all taxable and exempt property in the City of Norwalk.
Property record cards, public access terminals, tax maps reflecting property boundaries, the city's street index, and Norwalk's sales indices are all available for public access.
Self-made copies cost $0.50 or $1.00 per page. Staff-made copies and requests for fax services cost $1 per page. The aforementioned indices are also available for purchase. This office will also provide custom-made computer files for the cost to fulfill the request.
The following resources are available through the tax assessor's office: