Laura M. Bartlett, CCMC
860-379-3359 ext 204 Fax: 860-379-7215 email@example.com
Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 9 am to noon
The Tax Collector’s Office is responsible for the billing and collection of Town property taxes and all related penalty charges. Its mission is to assist in maintaining the fiscal stability of the Town by ensuring the timely collection and recording of all taxes through the diligent application of State Statutes, Town Ordinances, regulations and other enforcement aids, while assisting the public in understanding the taxation process and procedures and maintaining an effective and cordial relationship with the general public.
The Collector is also responsible for reporting fiscal information to various Town Departments, Boards and Commissions, the State of Connecticut and the United States Bureau of the Census.
The Tax Department now accepts payments on line at www.townofcolebrook.org. There is a convenience fee involved for the taxpayer. This has been a great help for taxpayers and is used daily. Other collection tools that have been used a lot are the use of a State Marshal for delinquent accounts, bank executions and tax sales.
Laura Bartlett has been the Tax Collector for Colebrook since November 2004. This is a part-time elected position. Laura is a Certified Connecticut Municipal Collector and is a member of the Connecticut Tax Collector’s Association, Inc. and the Litchfield County Tax Collector’s Association.
If you have any questions you can reach Laura at 860-379-3359 Ext.204 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Bartlett, CCMC
NEW! YOU MAY MAKE PAYMENTS ONLINE FOR REAL ESTATE, MOTOR VEHICLE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES
(Use the I AGREE link below)
By clicking the link below, you will be transferred to, a third party site. The Town of Colebrook has a service agreement with Point & Pay to accept credit card payments online or at the Tax Collector’s Office. Point & Pay is an online payment processor that charges a convenience fee to use the service.
Credit Card Payments will be charged 2.5% of the net payment amount or $2.00 minimum. Taxes are not considered paid until good funds are received by the Colebrook Tax Collector, whether by electronic or any other means of payment.
Please note the Town of Colebrook receives no portion of the service fee, this fee is used to cover the payment processing expenses.
In no event will the Town of Colebrook, its officials, employees or agents, be liable for any damages, including, but not limited to, loss of data, lost profits, business interruption, loss of business information or other pecuniary loss or consequential damages that might arise from, or relate to, the use of this service.
If you understand and agree to these terms, please choose “I agree” below:
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS TOWN OF COLEBROOK
Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of the Town of Colebrook that the second
installment of Real Estate and Personal Property taxes on the Grand List of October 1,
2021 and Motor Vehicle Supplemental tax will become due on January 1, 2023. If not
paid/postmarked on or before February 1, 2023 the tax becomes delinquent and
subject to interest at the rate of 1-1/2% per month, or part of a month from January 1,
2023 to the date paid. Minimum interest charge is $2.00 per list number. Anyone
who registered a vehicle between October 2, 2021 and July 31, 2022 should expect to
receive a supplemental motor vehicle tax bill. Failure to receive a bill does not relieve
or excuse the obligation of the tax due per CT General Statute Sec. 12-130.
Checks may be mailed to: Colebrook Tax Collector, PO Box 5, Colebrook, CT
06021 or you can pay on line at www.townofcolebrook.org . Office hours are
Mon, Wed & Thur 9:00 am-12:00, & February 1, 2023 9 am-3 pm.
Laura Bartlett, CCMC
(860) 379-3359 X204
The Tax Collector’s office is responsible for the billing and collection of Town taxes and all related penalties. Its mission is to assist in maintaining the fiscal stability of the Town by ensuring the timely collection and recording of all taxes through the diligent application of the State Statutes, Town Ordinances, regulations and other enforcement aids, while assisting the public in understanding the taxation process and procedures and maintaining an effective and cordial relationship with the general public.