2021 General Tax Information
Tax Rate: $15.79 per thousand dollars of valuation for fiscal year 2021-2022
Due Dates: 1st 1/2 due September 24, 2021, and 2nd 1/2 due February 25, 2022
Interest Rate: 6%
Fiscal Year: July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022
Assessment Date: April 1, 2021
Commitment Date: July 30, 2021
Assessment Ratio: 100%
Homestead Exemption: $25,000 for those who qualify. For more information on these exemptions call David on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month at (207) 685-1810 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment of Past Due Taxes: Within one month of foreclosure, only cash and certified checks will be accepted for payment of past due taxes. No personal checks or credit card payments.
Additional Resources: Homeowner's Guide to Property Taxes
In order to determine property valuations the Assessing Department will conduct inspections over the course of the year, but most extensively in the winter and spring, to update property record cards and to follow up on properties with building permits obtained through April 1. Inspections will include taking digital pictures of the building(s). If an interior inspection is necessary, we will request entrance at that time. If you are unavailable, we will leave notification to set up an appointment.
It is our goal to provide fair and equitable assessments for all Readfield properties and appreciate your anticipated cooperation. If you have any questions, please call us at (207) 685-1810 or e-mail at email@example.com.
If you need Tax Information you may contact our front desk clerk by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will e-mail you a tax card at no charge. You may also have one faxed to you for $.25 per page. You may also come to the office and purchase a copy for .25 per page.
Tax maps are for reference only, may contain errors, and are not suitable for survey or other technical purposes.
- 2019 Tax Maps (Black & White)
- 2016 Tax Maps (Aerials)
- 2016 Tax Maps (Black & White)
- Zoning Maps (Zoning maps are in color and may take a few minutes to download)
Exemptions are offered by the Town but are reimbursed by the State. The amount exempted will differ from year to year depending on the Town's assessed value according to the State's ratio.
Old Map & Lot Conversion Chart
Several years ago the Town of Readfield changed the map and lot designations on all pieces of property. If you have a map and lot that you can not find use the conversion chart which will allow you to look up a piece of property in the commitment book and using the conversion chart, find the new map and lot numbers.
State of Maine Property Tax Information
- State Valuation Resources - This page includes current and past state valuation data as well as information on calculation
- Full Valuation Comparisons - This site shows the relative mil rates of all municipalities at full State of Maine valuation