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    2011 Property Revaluation

    Check your 2006, 2010 phase-in, and proposed 2011 property values here.

    View the Mayor's Revaluation Presentation.

    New Haven Residential Depreciation Schedule 2011

    FISCAL YEAR 2011 RESIDENTIAL VALUATION METHODOLOGY

    New Haven Base Land Pricing Schedule 2011

    Do you have a question about property revaluation?

    Do you have a question about property revaluation? Submit your question here and you will receive a prompt response from a City official. Residents are also encouraged to attend one of the Mayor’s public meetings listed below.

    Look up your preliminary property value online

    Look up your preliminary property value online HERE. Please note the 2010 value listed online reflects the full phase-in of the 2006 revaluation. That revaluation was never fully implemented. You will be asked to create a log-in to view information online.

    Property Revaluation Public Information Meetings Announced

    Preliminary property revaluation notices will begin to arrive at homes by Monday or Tuesday. Mayor DeStefano will host a series of public information meetings throughout the city to explain the revaluation process and answer questions residents may have on their home values. Revaluation is a state-mandated process of determining the fair market value of all taxable property. State law mandates that municipalities perform a revaluation every five years, and a full visual revaluation once every ten years. The last revaluation was performed in 2006 based on a statistical analysis of market values. That revaluation was only partially implemented. The 2011 revaluation included a statistical market analysis as well as interior inspections that were performed between summer 2010 and summer 2011.

    The impact on tax bills cannot be determined until the Grand List is finalized and a new mill rate is adopted in May 2012.

    Residents are encouraged to attend any one of the following meetings:

    • 7 p.m., Thursday, December 8th at Hillhouse High School, 480 Sherman Pky

    • 2 p.m., Saturday, December 10th at St. Bernadette’s Hall, 385 Townsend Ave.

    • 7:30 p.m., Monday, December 12th at Edgewood School, 737 Edgewood Ave.

    • 7 p.m., Tuesday, December 13th at Bishop Woods School, 1481 Quinnipiac Ave.

    • 7 p.m., Wednesday, December 14th at Celentano School, 400 Canner St.

    • 7 p.m., Thursday, December 15th at Career High School, 140 Legion Avenue

     

     

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