Welcome to our site.  The Office of the Assessor is responsible for discovering, listing and valuing all real property, business personal property and motor vehicles located within the Town of Farmington, as of October 1 each year, in accordance with Connecticut State Statutes.  We also administer various state and local benefit programs for our Elderly and Disabled Homeowners, as well as our Veterans and Legally Blind residents.  Feel free to browse through our links for more information regarding these programs.

Also available are various forms and applications for state and local programs such as Farm and Forest Land, Personal Property Declarations, and Board of Assessment Appeal applications.

Please feel free to contact us for more information regarding the assessment process, or for assistance with any of our available programs.



  • I no longer own the vehicle you are billing me for. What do I do?
  • What does the assessor do?
  • How are motor vehicle assessments determined?
  • What do I do when I dispose of a vehicle or move out-of-state?
  • How is your real estate assessment determined?
  • How can my taxes increase?
  • What if I disagree with the Assessment value?
  • What is the procedure for filing an appeal with the board of assessment appeals?
  • How are taxes calculated?
  • What types of exemptions (reductions from property taxes) does the Town of Farmington offer?