Due to the Corona Virus, Town Hall is open to the public by appointment only. Please be patient as some of our employees are working remotely. Please call the appropriate department if you have any questions or call the Mayor's Office at 860 355-6010. Sorry for any inconvenience.
The Town Clerks office is currently by appointment only from 9am-4pm. Please call 860-355-6020 or e-mail to schedule an appointment. Passports will not be processed in New Milford at this time.

The New Milford Public Library is closed until further notice  The New Milford Senior Center is closed for all programs, but is available by appointment only.

For information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) please see the following links: CDC, CT Department of Public Health, Governor's Executive Orders. Information can be found by dialing 211.
Click HERE to see what essential businesses are open and their hours.


Tax Collector's Office

Use this link For All Online Payments & For Payment History

Please be advised an additional fee is added to use ONLINE bill paying services.

If you are in need of immediate Motor Vehicle Clearance payment must be made in the office and CAN NOT be paid online. Online payments could take up to a week to clear.

Please click here for more information.
For the required landlord application, click here.


JULY 1st for:




Payments need to be postmarked or received

by August 1st to avoid interest.

JANUARY 1st for:

2nd Installment OF THE:

Real Estate & Personal Property Bills

 and   Supplemental Motor Vehicle Bills

Payments need to be postmarked or received

by February 1st to avoid interest




July 2020

Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of the Town of New Milford that Real Estate, Personal Property and all Motor Vehicle taxes on the October 1, 2019 Grand List becomes due and payable on  July  1, 2020.

Non-escrowed and landlord approved real estate, personal property and motor vehicle taxes: The last day to pay to avoid interest and penalties is October 1, 2020

The last day to pay taxes to avoid interest and penalties for escrowed real estate and landlords not approved for deferral through the application process will be August 3, 2020. Landlords must apply for deferral no later than July 1, 2020.

Per State Statute 12-146, interest will be charged at the rate of 1.5% per month from the original due date, July 1, 2020.  The minimum interest charge is $2.00.


For your convenience, taxes may be paid in the following ways:

  1. Mail - Current payments only during the collection period may be made directly to our Bank’s Lockbox Service at the following address: Town of New Milford, PO Box 150416, Hartford, CT 06115-0416. If delinquent, mail to Tax Collector's Office, 10 Main Street, New Milford, CT  06776
  2. Partner Banks – Webster Bank and Savings Bank of Danbury New Milford branch locations will accept tax payments during business hours during the collection period. Only current tax bills and full payments - including the second installment if you choose -  will be accepted. There is no charge for this service and you do not have to be a Webster Bank or Savings Bank of Danbury customer. Taxpayers interested in this option must bring the entire tax bill so that both the town and taxpayer portions can be stamped paid as a receipt. If you do not bring the entire bill the bank may not be able to process your payment!
  3. Taxpayer’s Bank – taxpayers can pay using their own financial institution’s ‘electronic bill pay’ service at their own risk.  Payment must be received by the deadline or interest penalties will apply. To ensure timely payment delivery, taxpayers are encouraged to process their transaction at least 10 days before the due date to ensure timely delivery. If there is no postmark timeliness depends on receipt of the payment.
  4. Credit Card – payments can be made in person at the Town of New Milford’s Tax Collector’s office for a 2% surcharge.
  5. Online Payment – at www.newmilford.org. Pay by checking or savings account, the fee is only 50¢. Pay by debit/credit card the fee is 2.75%. 

Note:  Taxpayers with delinquent motor vehicle taxes that have been reported to the Department of Motor Vehicles will be assessed a $5 fee per name for processing reporting of the delinquency and payment.

Also - collection of delinquent bills is being handled by an attorney and collection agency. Timely payments are encouraged to avoid penalties or the possibility of your property being included in the next Tax Sale.

Please be advised that the Town of New Milford will use any enforcement tool available by Connecticut State Statute to pursue and collect on delinquent taxes.

Nancy E. McGavic, CCMC

Tax Collector, Town of New Milford


Office Hours:  8:00 am to 4:00 pm     Monday – Friday

Telephone:  860-355-6085




Wednesday, April 22, 2020
in the E. Paul Martin Room upstairs in Town Hall
10 Main Street, New Milford

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Contact Information

10 Main Street 
New Milford, CT 06776 

Phone: (860) 355-6085
Fax: (860) 355-6032

Office hours:

8:00 am - 4:00 pm 
Monday  -  Friday

 Nancy E. McGavic, CCMC,
Tax Collector 


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