- Tax Collection
The mission of the Tax Collector is to collect all Real Estate, Personal Property, and Motor Vehicle tax revenue due to the City of Norwich in accordance with Connecticut State Statutes as well as provide taxpayers with information and assistance in a prompt and courteous manner. Tax bills are generated based on the mill rate set by the City Council in the adopted budget, and the Grand List (GL) provided by the assessor of all taxable property located in Norwich as of October 1 of each year.
This function is done by the Tax Collector, the Collector of Delinquent Taxes, and the Revenue Clerks.
Online Property Tax Information & Payments
Norwich property tax information is available by clicking on Tax Bill Inquiry. Taxes can be paid directly from that website. Payments are accepted from electronic checks, credit, or debit cards. Convenience fees apply.
Please see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding paying your tax bills online when you have delinquent motor vehicle taxes and need to register or re-register a vehicle. Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles. If any inquiry results in instructions to contact the Tax Collector’s office, please call us at (860) 823-3760.
Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) also cover an array of other situations including Motor Vehicle and Real Estate billing questions, inquiries on interest, mill rates, methods of payment accepted, and what to do in the case of a demand, notice of lien, or letter from a collection agency.
Norwich Tax Collector’s Office
City of Norwich & M&T Bank Partner to Bring Greater Access to City Taxpayers
NORWICH – The City of Norwich has partnered with Bridgeport based M&T Bank, to provide Norwich residents the option to make tax payments at all three M&T branch locations in Norwich, including:
- 624 West Main Street
- 42 Town Street (inside Stop & Shop)
- 45 Town Street
During the month of January, Taxpayers can present their current Real Estate, Personal Property, or Motor Vehicle Supplemental tax bills at the M&T branch of choice (including the drive-up window), where payment(s) can be processed via cash or check. Delinquent taxes will not be accepted at bank locations and must be paid at the City Hall Tax Office located at 100 Broadway.
Taxpayers do not need to be a M&T Bank customer to make their payment at a branch location. This partnership provides greater access and convenience to taxpayers.
The City also offers other payment options. Payments can be made online at http://norwichct.org/taxes, through the mail and in-person. The fee for credit/debit card payments is 2.65%, but there is a flat fee of $1.50 for ACH/electronic check payments.
The Norwich Tax Office is open from 8:30am – 4:15pm for in-person payments.