TOWN OF GREENFIELD
Tax Collector Office Hours:
Week of 7/4/22:
Monday, CLOSED for July 4th Holiday
Open Tuesday, 7/5 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Open Wednesday, 7/6 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Week of 7/11/22 limited hours:
Open Monday, 7/11 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Open Wednesday, 7/13 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Per order of the Greenfield Tax Collector
It is the tax collector's duty to assure tax bills are mailed out in a timely fashion, collect the taxes, and process the taxes in an efficient manner. Tax bills are issued bi-anually and due July 1st and December 1st, unless otherwise noted.
2021 tax rate is $26.80 per 1,000.
The Town of Greenfield had their last Reval in 2019, every 5 years.
For assessment cards, maps and property information, please contact the Assessing Department.
INFORMATION TO TAXPAYER:
Taxpayers desiring any information in regard to taxation or correction of errors must address all inquiries to the Assessor's or Selectboard's Office and NOT the Tax Collector.
Bills in all cases are mailed to the current Owner of record.
Make check or money order payable to: Town of Greenfield
Mail payments to: Town of Greenfield, Tax Collector, PO Box 256, Greenfield, NH 03047
Delivery address to: Town of Greenfield, Tax Collector, 7 Sawmill Road, Greenfield, NH 03047
If payment of the bill is made by mail:
- Return one copy of the Tax Bill.
- Enclose a stamped self-addressed envelope and the entire Tax Bill for return of receipted bill.
If the bill is paid by check or money order, it is not considered paid until the check or money order is cleared. Cash payments can be made to the Tax Collector during regular Tax Collector office hours. We do not accept credit card payments at this time. Payment of the bill does not prevent the collection of previous unpaid taxes, nor does an error in the name of the person taxed prevent collection.
If you are elderly, disabled, blind, a veteran or veteran's spouse, you may be eligible for a Tax Exemption or Credit. If you feel you may be eligible, you must apply prior to April 15th to be considered for the next tax cycle. For details and application information, contact the Assessor's or Selectboard's Office.
APPLICABLE ELDERLY EXEMPTION INCOME & ASSET LIMITS:
Income Limits 65-74 yrs age 75-79 yrs age 80 + yrs age
Single $25,000.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00
Married $<33,000.00 $<33,000.00 $<33,000.00
Assets Limits 65-74 yrs age 75-79 yrs age 80 + yrs age
Single $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00
Married $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00
Assessment Credit: ($20,000.00) ($40,000.00) ($60,000.00)
The taxpayer may, by March 1st following the last date of notice of tax and not afterward, apply in writing to the Assessor's or Selectboard's Office for a Tax Abatement or Deferral or are unable to pay taxes due to poverty or other good cause.
Any change of mailing address request, must be submitted to the Assessor's or Selectboard's Office in writing and authorized by all Owners. Please list all related properties or map and lot numbers on your request.
|Louise Gryval||Deputy Tax Collector|
|Wendy Drouin||Tax Collector|