UPDATE ON THE 2017 ASSESSMENT UPDATE
The period for changes to assessments has closed as of November 2, 2017. The process from here is that the town will be submitting this information to the state for review and the new tax rate will be set in the next few weeks with tax bills to follow. You have 30 days from the date of the tax bill to pay before interest will begin to accrue.
AFTER the tax bill comes out, if you still feel you are aggrieved by the assessment, you may file for an abatement prior to March 1, 2018. The forms will be available on our website, by mailing a self-addressed stamped #10 envelope to the Selectmen’s Office, or by picking one up at the Town Hall. Filing an abatement does not stay the collection of the tax bill. The tax bill is due and payable as presented. Therefore, if you plan to file an abatement, we suggest you pay your tax bill because if you don’t, interest will begin to accrue, however, it is your option on whether to pay or not.
The manual that explains the methodology of how the assessments were determined is on our website or at the Town Hall.
Any questions regarding assessments should be directed to the Selectmen’s Office preferably in writing either by mail at 56 Town Hall Road, Intervale, NH 03845 or by email at email@example.com.