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Because of the Coronavirus (COVID - 19) please click here submit any inquiries to our general email. 

 **The Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice** All general phone inquiries at this time should be messages left on the department voicemal, (extension 312). In the event the office is closed messages can be retrieved and answered on a regular basis.

Welcome to the Town of South Windsor's Assessor webpage! We hope you find it a useful resource for practical information about property values and the assessment process. Field card data and maps are also easily accessible.


The 2019 Income and Expense Forms were mailed out on Monday, April 13, 2020. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic there has been an Executive Order in place by the Governor to extend the deadline to file until August 15, 2020. If you need a copy of the Income & Expense Form please click here. 


Due to the public health emergency declared based on the outbreak in COVID-19 the Governor has issued an Executive Order regarding the Elderly Homeowner's Tax Relief Program effective April 1, 2020.

If you were due to reapply for the Homeowner's Program this year by May 15th and you have not done so, please see information below:

  • Any resident who is already on this tax relief program, and has not re-applied, is NOT required to re-file this year. Your benefit will remain the same as your last filing year. The next time you will need to apply will be February 1 - May 15, 2022 for the 2021 Grand List.  

  • New applicants must still apply by May 15, 2020. Any NEW applicant wishing to apply after May 15 must request an extension of time to apply from OPM on or before August 15, 2020. Requests for extension for COVID-19 related reasons will be approved. 

  • If you need an extension form to submit to OPM please click here.

For Motor Vehicle information please view below:

The motor vehicle tax bill covers the period of October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020. If a vehicle was replaced after 10/1/2019 and the registration was transferred to another vehicle, this bill is still due. You will recieve an automatic credit for this vehicle on a supplemental bill in January 2021. For vehicles sold, stolen, totally destroyed and the registration was not transferred to another vehicle, or if you have moved out of state, you may be eligible for a tax credit. To obtain a credit, you must furnish proof as required by the Assessor - Phone: 860-644-2511 ext. 312.

To adjust your 2018 Motor Vehicle bill, please provide all information by December, 2020.

If there are any questions about an acceptable form of proof, Please view Forms of Proof.

Scan and email any information and click here to send it to the Assessor

Or, if you wish to submit your Motor Vehicle Proof through the website, please click here to access the webform. 

Fax: 860-648-6389

Proof may be submitted by walk-in: 1540 Sullivan Ave, South Windsor hours 8:00am - 4:30pm.

If you have no computer access you may mail to: 1540 Sullivan Ave, South Windsor CT 06074, Attention: Assessor's Office


The Assessor’s Office is responsible for discovering, listing, and valuing all real property, business personal property, and motor vehicles located within the Town of South Windsor as of October 1 of 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.

The Assessor’s primary duty is to determine the value of all taxable and tax exempt Real and Personal Property for the purpose of equitable tax distribution throughout the Town of South Windsor. Real property is assessed at 70% of a base year of value established on the October 1, 2017 revaluation. Personal Property and Motor Vehicles are also assessed at 70% annually.

Our objectives are to provide South Windsor taxpayers with courteous and responsive service, and to maintain an equalized tax base according to State Statutes and professional standards.

 2019 Grand List Totals

The 2019 Grand List has been signed by the Assessor on January 30, 2020.

 Gross AssessmentExemptionsNet Assessment% change from 2018
Real Estate2,363,726,61554,681,8902,309,044,7252.75%
Personal Property   421,117,070  111,209,696   309,907,3744.46%
Motor Vehicles  245,327,963    10,287,028  235,040,9354.37%
Total3,030,171,648176,178,6142,853,993,0343.07% Overall

2019 Homeowner's Application Information:

** Filing Period: February 1, 2020 - May 15, 2020 **

It may be your time to reapply for the Homeowner' Benefit and Additional Veteran's Benefits! If it is your year to reapply, we have mailed a reminder letter to you in early February. If you are reapplying or are interested in applying for this program you must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be 65 years old (or older) by 12/31/2019
  • Must have owned your home on October 1, 2019
  • Must reside in your South Windsor home
  • Must meet the following income requirements:
 Income RangeBenefit
Single$0 - $37,000State & Local Option Match
 $37,001 - $41,000Local Option 1 - $195 tax credit
 $41,001 - $50,000Local Option 2 - $195 tax credit
Married$0 -$45,100State & Local Option Match
 $45,101 - $49,100Local Option 1 - $195 tax credit
 $49,101 - $65,000Local Option 2 - $195 tax credit
  • An appointment must be made with Human Services to fill out your application(s):
    • Please Contact Lindsey Ravalese: 860-648-6361 ext. 3319
    • 150 Nevers Road, South Windsor, 06074
    • Be sure to bring all 2019 income information with you to your appointment:
      1. Social Security 1099
      2. Income Tax 1040 Form (if one is completed)
        1. If you do complete an Income Tax 1040 Form, please bring with you all information, including but not limited to: annuities, pensions, bonds, etc.





Ext. 213

Assistant Assessor

Ext. 210

Senior Assessment Technician

Ext. 214

Assessment Aide

Ext. 211