The Tax Collector's office is responsible for collecting tax revenue on all taxable property in its jurisdiction in the Town of Bloomfield. The Tax Collector's Office also collects taxes for Center and Blue Hills fire districts.
- What payment options are available?
Pay In person using checks, cash or money ordersDebit/Credit cards are not accepted in the office
Note: Delinquent Motor Vehicle taxes paid with a check will not receive DMV Clearance until after 10 days
Mail checks or money orders to:Town of Bloomfield Tax Collector
800 Bloomfield Avenue
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Convenience fees apply
Credit/Debit cards: 2.99% of payment amount with a minimum fee of $3.95
Note: Delinquent Motor Vehicle taxes paid online will not receive DMV Clearance until after 10 days
- Who do I make my check payable to?
All checks and money orders should be made payable to: Town of Bloomfield Tax Collector
- When are taxes due?
Motor Vehicle, Personal Property, and first installment Real Estate tax bills are due July 1, 2023.
The last day to pay without interest or penalty is Tuesday, August 1, 2023.
*Real Estate tax bills under $1000 are only due in one installment*
Supplemental Motor Vehicle tax bills and second installment Real Estate tax bills are due January 1, 2024. The last day to pay without interest or penalty is Thursday, February 1, 2024.
- Do you have a drop box for payments?
Yes, there is a drop box around the circle at the Park Avenue entrance of Town Hall.
These boxes are checked several times during the day. No cash should be placed in the drop box.
- What is the mill rate?
2023 - 2024 Fiscal Year Mill Rates
Town of Bloomfield: 36.78
Center Fire District: 1.75
Blue Hills Fire District: 3.10
Town + Center Fire District: 31.71
Town + Blue Hills Fire District: 32.46
- If I mail in my payment, can I get a receipt?
Yes, if you send in your entire billing statement and a self-addressed stamped envelope, we will stamp your portion of the bill and return it to you.