How can I pay my tax bill?

Online - you can pay your taxes online by ACH/Electronic Check through your checking or savings account or from a Credit Card or a Debit Card. The following convenience fees apply: Electronic Check - $1.50 per transaction; Credit Cards and Debit Cards - 2.65% per transaction - minimum of $1.50.

By Mail - A return envelope is included with your tax bill. Write the list numbers on your check. Your list numbers are shown on your bill. You may add together all of your bills and write one check including real estate and motor vehicles. If you wish to have a receipt returned to you, please send the entire tax bill and a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your payment. We will not mail your receipt if you fail to include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Mail payments to: Norwich Tax Collector, 100 Broadway, Norwich, CT 06360. Do not mail cash.

In Person - You may pay by cash, check or credit card at the Tax Collector window on the first floor of City Hall. Also, during the peak collection times in July and January, you may pay your current levy tax bills at branches of PeoplesUnited Bank.

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1. When are taxes due?
2. If I pay my motor vehicle taxes online, can I register or reregister my vehicle right away?
3. How can I pay my tax bill?
4. What if I did not receive a tax bill?
5. What do I do if I am delinquent on my taxes and I need to register my car?
6. What property is subject to taxes?
7. Are there long tax collection lines at City Hall?
8. What happens if I pay late?
9. My tax bill shows “back taxes due” and I am being charged interest and other fees. What does that mean?
10. Can the interest on my tax bill be waived?
11. What should I do if I am being improperly billed for a motor vehicle?
12. I have moved. What is my tax jurisdiction for motor vehicle taxes?
13. I recently replaced a vehicle, and received a tax bill on the old vehicle. Do I have to pay it?
14. What is a supplemental motor vehicle tax bill?
15. I received a letter from a collection agency regarding taxes that I owe to the City of Norwich. What do I do?
16. Do I need to save my receipts?
17. How is the tax rate established?
18. My real estate tax bill should be paid by my bank or mortgage company. I received the tax bill in the mail directly from the City. What should I do?
19. I recently bought (or sold) a house in Norwich, and I have a question about what I owe. What should I do?
20. I received a "Notice of Intent to Lien", what does that mean? How can I avoid the lien?
21. Can I pay my taxes with an online check sent by my bank?
22. Can I pay my taxes with a third party check?
23. Am I eligible for any tax exemptions?
24. Who do I ask? The Assessor or the Tax Collector?
25. Does the City of Norwich own any properties that are currently for sale?
26. How can I find out how much I paid in taxes last year? (usually for IRS filing purposes)