Town ClerkMadison, Connecticut
Office of the Tax Collector • 8 Campus Drive Madison, CT 06443
Alma Carroll, CCMC, Director of Town Services/Tax Collector
Colleen Kiesewetter, Assistant Tax Collector
(203) 245-5641

 

Pay Your Taxes Online

You can now pay taxes online, research and print out tax bills.

What form of payment is accepted?

 
  • Electronic Check ($3.00 per check fee)
  • Debit Card (3% fee)
  • Credit Card (3% fee)
pay taxes  

Here's what you need to know:

 
  • To pay a bill, search by your name, property location, list number or account number for your tax balance.
  • Select the bill that you would like to pay and click on the green shopping cart.
  • Choose to “Pay in Full” or “Pay Due Now” and then click "Add to Cart". If you wish to add more bills, click on the green shopping cart next to the bills and follow the same procedure.
  • To checkout, click on your shopping cart and click “Checkout” and then click on “Pay Now”
  • You will then be on the Official Payments secure payment site.
 

TAX NOTICE
TOWN OF MADISON

The second installment of taxes on the grand list of October 1, 2013 is due January 1, 2015.

Also due January 1, 2015, is full payment of motor vehicle taxes on the supplemental list to the Grand List of October 1, 2013.

If any payment due January 1, 2015 is not made by February 2, 2015, said payment becomes delinquent and subject to interest of 1 ½ % per month or fraction thereof from January 1, 2015 until paid, subject to a minimum interest charge of two dollars.

Payments may be made by cash or check at the Office of the Tax Collector, 8 Campus Drive, from 8:30 AM TO 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday, except holidays, or by mail to Tax Collector, P O Box 587, Madison, CT 06443-0587.

To pay taxes by CREDIT CARD or Electronic Check , please click on the green Online Tax Payments button above. There is a convenience fee charged by Official Payments Corporation for this service.  

Alma D. Carroll, CCMC
Tax Collector
Director of Town Services


Tax Rate

Each year, within 5 days after adoption of the annual budget, the Board of Finance must set a tax rate which will yield enough money to pay for all the town's operating expenses, plus that portion of its capital needs to be met from direct taxation, as well as its current debt service. A mill rate of one mill means that taxpayers are taxed at a rate of $1 on every $1,000 of assessed taxable property. For example, a 22.28 mill rate means that a person with a house and lot assessed at $100,000 will pay $2,228.00 annually in real property taxes; another assessed at $500,000 will pay $11,140.00 annually.

The current mill rate for the town is 25.17 which will take effect July 1, 2014. Personal property and motor vehicle taxes are computed in the same manner.