Board Of Assessment Appeals (BAA)
The New Haven Board of Assessment Appeals will hold ¬†open sessions for motor vehicle appeal hearings, on ¬†Saturday, September 28, from 9:30-11:30am, ¬†and Monday, September 30, from 5:30-7:30pm. Hearings will be held in the Assessor's Office, 165 Church St., New Haven, Ct. 06510. ¬† Deliberations to follow on Monday, September 30, at 7:30pm. ¬†Applications are now available at the Assessor's Office, 165 Church St. and the Town Clerk's Office, Orange St., and on line at our website. Applications must be completed in full and can be returned to the Assessor's Office, 165 Church St., New Haven, Ct. 06510, ¬†or e-mailed to email@example.com. ¬†Completed applications can also be brought to the hearings September 28 and 30.
Assessment Appeals Apointments for Real Estate
Assessment Appeals Apointments for Personal Property
Assessment Appeals Apointments for Motor Vehicles
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING AN APPEAL
Applications to appeal your property and or personal property assessment are available at the City of New Haven Assessor's office, on - line at both the Assessor's website and the Board of Assessment Appeal's (BAA) website. Completed applications are accepted between February 1-February 21.
All spaces must be filled- in for your application to be accepted. Signatures are required on all applications. If there is a blank space, the application will be rejected and your appeal cannot be further processed.
Completed applications are due between February 1 and February 21.
Completed applications can be (1) hand-delivered to the Assessor's office where it will be stamped and dated, (2) mailed and must be postmarked by February 20th, (3) faxed to 203-946-7122 or (4) returned to the BAA on line (in order to submit your assessment appeals form online, print out and fill-in the form and SIGN it, then scan the completed form and include it as an attachment and e-mail to NHBAA@newhavenct.net.
Make sure you retain a copy of any documents you have submitted for your appeal.
You will receive a letter from the BAA informing you of your hearing appeal date. If you do not recieive notification of your appeals hearing date and time by March 1, please contact the BAA either by phone or by e-mail.
All appeals hearings are done in March.
Applicants should make sure they bring all evidence supporting their estimated value to the hearing. This includes photographs, measurements, appraisals, or any other evidence that may support the case. Applicants will lose their appeal if they do not attend the hearing or do not present evidence supporting their claim.
You will receive notification of the results of your appeal by the end of April. All results of the BAA deliberations can be found on line at the BAA website, and posted in both the City-Town Clerk's office and the Office of the Assessor.
You may leave your questions by calling 203-946-8063.
An applicant can appeal a BAA decision to the Superior Court.
Motor vehicle appeals
The New Haven Board of Assessment Appeals will hold open hearings for motor vehicles on Thursday, September 27 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, September 29, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m in the Assessor's Office at City Hall, 165 Church St. You must bring the vehicle in question. No appointment is necessary. Applications will be available September 1, 2012 online on the BAA website or in the Assessor's Office, the Clerk's Office, and at the hearings.
The New Haven Board of Assessment Appeals will deliberate on motor vehicle appeals Saturday, September 29 at 11:30 a.m. in the Assessor's Office.
BAA Motor Vehicle 09-2013
If you have any questions, please call the BAA message line at 203-946-8063 and your call will be returned.
Assessment Appeals Forms
Decision List Appeals Hearing For Fall 2012
NEW HAVEN BOARD OF ASSESSMENT APPEALS APPOINTMENT LIST FOR APPEALS HEARINGS FOR MARCH 2011
Decision List for appeals hearing for March 2012
View agendas and minutes for the results of Board of Assessment Appeals here
MEMBERS OF THE 2012 NEW HAVEN BOARD OF ASSESSMENT APPEALS
JEFF GRANOFF, CHAIRPERSON
SARAH MCIVER, SECRETARY