Tax Collector

View Tax Bill and Pay Online 2019

2019 Tax Bills were mailed out on June 25, 2020 

You will also be able to view your tax bill online at www.greenwichct.gov

Please pay your tax bill via the website or USPS mail.  Due to Covid-19 we are not open to the public.  If it is essential that you pay in person, please call the office for an appointment.  We will accept personal checks, money orders or Cashiers checks.

Due to the current health care crisis the Greenwich Representative Town meeting voted on April 20, 2020 to adopt the Tax Deferment Program.  This will extend the grace period of the July 2020 property tax installment until October 1, 2020.  

Landlords only will need to apply for the Program and provide the necessary documentation to be considered. You are expected to pass along to your tenants similar forbearance.  Click here for Landlord Application.  The deadline to apply is July 1, 2020. 

Escrow accounts are not eligible for the program.  All banks and mortgage companies are expected to remit tax payments according to the regular timetable.

Town Hall is open to the Public by Appointment Only.

During the local state of emergency the Tax Collector Office will answer questions via email or you may leave us a voicemail and we will return your call as soon as possible.

You may also access your 2019 IRS payment information and make payments via the website.



If your tax bill does not show a dollar amount and shows *** it means you have back tax due.  Please call the Tax Collector office at 203-622-7891 so we may provide the current amount due.  

If you pay by mail we accept the US Postal service post mark as the date of payment.  If you are mailing the payment close to the cutoff date you should physically go into the Post Office and have the envelope hand stamped with the date. Please include the bill number on the check.

Please send your check or money order payable to "Town of Greenwich" to:

Tax Collector
Town of Greenwich
P.O. Box 5038
New Britain, CT  06050-5038

If you pay online please scroll down for information and links.

There are two ways to pay online:

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT):  There is a convenience fee of $0.95 (95 cents) per  transaction. The convenience fee goes directly to the vendor.  It does not go to the Town of Greenwich.

As with all tax payments, your payment is recorded as paid for interest and date of payment purposes on the date it is entered into our database. Your payment is not successfully completed until the funds are transferred into the Town of Greenwich’s bank.  If payment is returned for any reason there will be a return payment fee of $20.00 and interest may be owed.

To pay by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) click here.

Credit Card:  There is a convenience fee of 2.95% per credit card payment.  The convenience fee is determined by the amount of the payment.  The convenience fee goes directly to the vendor.  It does not go to the Town of Greenwich.

Examples of credit card convenience fee.  If the tax bill is:

$100/The additional fee is             $2.95
$500/The additional fee is             $14.75
$1,000/The additional fee is          $29.50
$5,000/The additional fee is          $147.50

As with all tax payments, your payment is recorded as paid for interest and date of payment purposes on the date it is entered into our database. Your payment is not successfully completed until the funds are transferred into the Town of Greenwich’s bank.  If payment is returned for any reason there will be a return payment fee of $20.00 and interest may be owed.

To pay by Credit Card click here.

For questions please call the Tax Collector office at 203-622-7891 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

If you have an outstanding tax bill please call the Tax Collector office at 203-622-7891 Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. so we can provide the correct amount due. Interest accrues at 1.5% per month.

If you would like to know how the Mill Rate is determined, how motor vehicle tax works, what the supplemental motor vehicle tax is, what to do if you no longer own a motor vehicle that you received a tax bill for or how a Tax Sale works go to Frequently Asked Questions.