Wallingford’s Assessor is John Tiffany from New England Municipal Resource Center.
This is the annual notice to all taxpayers that they may grieve their property assessment. 32 V.S.A. 4111(g): A person who feels aggrieved by the action of the listers and desires to be heard by them shall, on or before the day of the grievance meeting, file with them his or her objections in writing and may appear at such grievance meeting in person or by his or her agents or attorneys. No grievance shall be allowed for a change solely to reflect a new use value set by the current use advisory board or the adjustment of that value by the common level of appraisal. Upon the hearing of such grievance, the parties thereto may submit such documentary or sworn evidence as shall be pertinent thereto.Grievance hearings will be held on Monday, June 26th, starting at 9:30 a.m. (15 minute appointments in person or by phone) in the Assessor’s Office at Wallingford Town Hall, 75 School Street. Please call 802-446-2336 to make an appointment. All grievances must be received by the close of business on June 23, 2023. Grievance forms are available at the link below, on the Documents and Forms page of the municipal website and at Town Hall. Submit grievance to:
Town of Wallingford
75 School Street
Wallingford, VT 05773
or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Assessor office hours at Town Hall are by appointment.
Telephone Number: (802) 446-2974. Email: email@example.com
Grand List, Tax Assessment and Appeal Information
A handbook on property tax assessments and appeals, visit: https://sos.vermont.gov/media/wjwkmnd2/tax_appeal_handbook_2007.pdf
A guideline for tax appeals: https://vtinstituteforgovt.weebly.com/uploads/4/6/7/4/46746127/vig-appealing-2020.pdf
The primary responsibility of the Assessor is to appraise all real property in the community in compliance with Vermont State statutes. Duties include: annual maintenance of the records, updating changes resulting from additions to homes, construction of out buildings, and transfers of property as well as the periodic revaluations when mandated by the State. In addition, the Assessor’s Office provides property owners with property record cards, assessment history data, an explanation of the assessment process and property maps.
Assessments and How to Estimate Net Operating Income
From the State Dept. of Taxes, click here for more information on how properties are assessed and how to estimate net operating income.