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The 2014 Grand List mill rate in Rocky Hill is 29.7 (for every 1,000 in assessment value, the taxes are $29.70).
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Yes. You can view or print property cards and maps online by visiting:
Yes, please see the Tax Relief page for information regarding all available tax relief programs.
Yes. Please fill out the New Business Personal Property Form if you have either started a new business in Town or have relocated your business to the Town of Rocky Hill.
As recommended by the State of Connecticut we use 70% of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) clean retail value.
A request must be made in writing and mailed, emailed, faxed or dropped off in the Assessment Office by November 1st. Please include the name of the business and account number (if available) with said request.
According to the CT Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), once you have established residency in Connecticut, you have 30 days to transfer your out-of-state license to Connecticut and 60 days to transfer your vehicle registration(s). If you are transferring from one town to another within Connecticut, you may obtain the necessary forms online at the DMV website.
Residents who notice out-of-state license plates on a vehicle for a period over 60 days may file a complaint with the CT Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). All complaints must be sent in writing to:Department of Motor VehiclesRegistration Compliance UnitRoom 33160 State StreetWethersfield, CT 06161
The complaint must include the name of the person and his/her Connecticut address, the state and out-of-state registration number on the vehicle in question and any other pertinent information. Any further questions regarding this matter should be directed to the Compliance Review Unit at 860-263-5260, Monday through Friday between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. Please also notify the Assessment Office so we can make a notation.
As required by state statute, all businesses in Connecticut must file an annual Declaration of Personal Property (assets used for the business) by November 1st to the town in which said business is located. For more information, visit the Business Personal Property page.
Please see our Motor Vehicle page regarding questions about motor vehicle assessment adjustments.
The Declaration of Personal Property is a form used to declare all assets used for a business to the Town in which said business is located. This declaration should not include inventory.
The due date of Business Personal Property Declarations is November 1st, annually.
Contact the Assessor's Office by calling 860-258-2722 to obtain more information about the next scheduled revaluation date.