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Notice to Taxpayers
Agreeably to the provisions of Title 32, Vermont State Statutes Annotated, Section 4111, notice is hereby given that the undersigned assessor within and for the City of Montpelier has this day completed the abstract of property owners as of the first day of April 2021. The assessor has this same day lodged the abstract in the office of the clerk for the inspection of taxpayers.
On the 24th day of June 2021, at 9:00 AM, the undersigned assessor will meet at City Hall, to hear appeals of the taxpayers aggrieved by the actions of the assessor from whom timely grievances have been received. To be timely, such grievance must be in writing and received (postmarks not accepted) by the 24th day of June 2021. At the close of grievance hearings, the assessor shall make such corrections in the abstract as were determined upon hearing or otherwise. Unless cause to the contrary is shown, the contents of said abstract will, for the tax year 2021, become the grand list of the city of each taxpayer named therein.
Signed at Montpelier, in the County of Washington, this 9th day of June 2021.
Stephen Twombly, Assessor
If you wish to inspect the Abstract (Preliminary) Grand List, it is available for viewing by appointment at the City Clerk’s Office. John Odum, the City Clerk, can be reached at 802-262-6263.
Notice of Lodging of Abstract Grand List
Vermont Law requires that the Assessor annually post a notice when the Abstract (Preliminary) Grand List is lodged with the City Clerk. On the same day, State Law requires that an individual notice of any Change in Appraisal be mailed to all property owners whose value has been changed.
Of the total 2,931 Real Estate parcels in Montpelier, approximately 160 were mailed Change in Appraisal notices this year. Assessment changes are made annually for building improvements, additions, removal of buildings, subdivisions of land, etc.