The Town of Cheshire is completing a state mandated revaluation for the October 1, 2023 Grand List.  Notices of assessment change will be mailed November 30, 2023.   The notice contains the proposed assessment and the old assessment from the October 1, 2022 Grand List.  The notice also contains instructions on how to schedule informal hearings with the revaluation company and how to further appeal the assessment to the Board of Assessment Appeals if desired. 




- Veterans who have not filed their original DD214 papers or a certified copy with the Town Clerk must do so before October 12024 if they wish to be eligible for the military exemption.The veteran’s exemption is for specified periods of service with the armed forces.

Disabled veterans should submit their service-connected disability rating from the Veterans Administration to the Assessor’s office by October 1, 2024.These veterans are eligible for a reduction in the assessed value of their property depending upon their degree of disability.



The Cheshire Assessor’s Office is responsible for:

  • Appraisal of all Cheshire real and personal property for the Grand List, which is a listing of total assessed values for all taxable real and personal property located within Cheshire as of  October 1st of each year.  Assessments are computed at 70% of the estimated market value of real property at the time of the last general revaluation and 70% of the annual appraisal for motor vehicles.

  • Tax exempt organizations please follow the appropriate link to the M3 application which is due on or before November 1st. (M3 and M3 with housing.)

  • General revaluation of real property every five years as required by the State of Connecticut. The next revaluation update is scheduled for 2023.

  • Annual revaluation of all commercial personal property (furniture, fixtures, equipment, and machinery).  The 2023 Declaration of Personal Property filing forms will be available here, and must be completed and returned to the Assessor's office by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday,  November 1, 2023.

  • Maintenance of records on the ownership of properties, current zoning classification, lot maps, gross and net valuation, and personal exemptions.  This office is an excellent place to start when you are doing research on ownership of property.

    The Board of Assessment Appeals is responsible for real property and motor vehicle assessment appeals.

Contact Us


  • 84 S Main St.
  • Cheshire, CT 06410
  • Telephone: 203 271-6620
  • Fax: 203 271-6615
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