The most convenient way to pay your tax bill is by mail. A reply
envelope is included with your tax bill for this purpose. If you wish to
have a receipt returned to you, please send the entire bill (both
portions) and a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment. We do
not send back receipts if you do not include a self-addressed stamped
For the convenience of the taxpayer, the Tax Collector has a
service agreement with Point & Pay to accept tax payments
(including credit card payments) and to look up your tax bill.
To look up your tax bill click here.
To pay online, click the link for the type of tax you will be paying:
Tax bill payment options
Below you will find the various tax bill payment options that the City offers.
Please be aware that these options are available for your convenience to avoid waiting in line at the Tax Collector’s office.
Current Tax Bills:
Any Fairfield County Branch of People’s United Bank – You do not need an account there and they will issue you a receipt. Service ends January 31, 2014.
Mail payment in return envelope included with tax bill - Processed within 24-48 hours upon receipt.
Drop off box in tax office beside ATM - No Cash. If you need a receipt, please include a return envelope with your department clearly marked on it.
Delinquent Tax Bills:
Mail in payment with updated information from on-line tax bill on this webpage
· The due date for delinquent taxes is February 3rd to avoid additional interest
· You will need to come into the office if you have to register a vehicle.
We will have extended hours of operation at the end of the month:
· 8:00 am – 4:00 pm January 27, 2014 through February 3rd, 2014
· 8:00 am – 3:00 pm Saturday February 1, 2014
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Tax Office (203) 576-7271 or e-mail us at email@example.com