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Carolyn Nadeau, CCMA II
Town Hall
37 DeForest Street
Watertown, CT 06795
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday, 9 A.M. - 5 P.M.

Admin Asst - Tracie Ferrucci (860) 945-5235      
Secretary - Karen Perry-Jones (860) 945-5235






The Town of Watertown has contracted with Vision Appraisal Technology to complete a Town wide revaluation for Grand List 2013.  Vision Appraisal will be working with the Assessor’s office to make the project a successful one.  The last revaluation was completed in 2008 and current state laws require towns to revalue every five years.  A revaluation will determine the current fair market value of every property in town.  It equalizes the values of all properties for the purpose of a fair distribution of the tax burden.


The major phases to a municipal revaluation are: Data Collection, Market Analysis, Valuation, Field Review and Informal Hearings.  During the month of February,  Vision Appraisal will be sending data mailers to all property owners. They will contain information specific to each property. It is very important that taxpayers take the time to review and verify the information on these forms to ensure the accuracy of their resulting assessment. All data mailers must be returned to the Assessor’s Office whether or not corrections are made. Detailed instructions will be on the form.


Please note that Grand List 2012 has just been completed.  The 2012 assessments will be used to determine your July 2013 tax bill.  The 2013 revalued assessments, once completed, will be used to determine your 2014 taxes.


If you have any questions about the revaluation process or need additional information please contact the Assessor’s office at (860) 945-5235.  We are also available by email at reval@Watertownct.org.


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Carolyn Nadeau, CCMA II

Watertown Assessor

Board of Assessment Appeals - Forms and Instructions
Click on topic below to view instructions and forms.

Instructions and Appeal Form - Motor Vehicles

Instructions and Appeal Form - Personal Property

Instructions and Appeal Form - Re-appeal


The primary responsibility of the Assessor's Office is to compile the Town's taxable grand list.
The Assessor's Office also administers the elderly tax relief program and various exemption programs.

The Assessor’s  Office will be accepting  applications for the Elderly and Totally Disabled Homeowners program, and the Town of Watertown Local Option Elderly Credit from February 1st through May 15th, 2014. 


In order to qualify for the program, the applicant must have reached the age of 65 by December 31, 2013, or be considered totally disabled by Social Security.  Income limitations for the state program are $34,100 for a single person and $41,600 for a married couple. Income includes Social Security, interest, wages, and pensions and copies of all statements relevant to this income must be presented at the time of application including a copy of the IRS form 1040, if one is filed.  If the applicant is totally disabled, proof of the disability (TPQY) must be provided.  Income limitation for the Town of Watertown program is $45,000.


Additional Veteran’s Benefit applications for those who qualify can be accepted at the same time.


The Assessor’s office is located in the old Town Hall, 37 DeForest St., Watertown, CT 06795.  Call 860-945-5235 with any questions.


Carolyn Nadeau


Please feel free to visit the Assessor’s Real Estate data base which is online at:  http://www.qpublic.net/ct/watertown/

The Assessors maps are available online as well at: http://hosting.tighebond/watertownct  .