c/o Office of the Assessor
611 Old Post Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
Taxpayers who disagree with their property assessment can petition the Board of Assessment Appeals to have the assessment changed. The Board of Assessment Appeals has the authority to change a property valuation a taxpayer believes to be inaccurate.
The Board meets annually during March to hear appeals for all property classes and once during September to hear Motor Vehicle appeals. The Board generally meets in the 2nd floor conference room of Old Town Hall, 611 Old Post Road, but will meet via Teleconference if required due to COVID-19. All schedules and locations are subject to change. Please check the Town Meetings Calendar for cancellations or location changes.
About the Board of Assessment Appeals (Four Year Term)
# of Members:
Party Balance Required?:
|Four Years (no limit)
Town Charter - Article VIII
The Board of Assessment Appeals is an appeals body for taxpayers who believe that the valuation of their property is not accurate. The Board of Assessment has the authority to change a property valuation is the feel the property’s fair market value is incorrect.
The Board most frequently meets after a town-wide revaluation, in which assessments on residential and commercial properties are updated to reflect current property values. Residents who disagree with their property assessment can petition the Board of Assessment Appeals to have the assessment changed and thus have their taxes lowered. The Board of Assessment Appeals hears appeals on business personal property and motor vehicle assessments several times during the year.
Board of Assessment Appeals Member Listing
|Paulette Cuozzo (R)||Chair 2022||11/2021 - 11/2025|
|Helene Daly (R)||Vice-Chair 2022||11/2019 - 11/2023|
|Carol Langeland (R)||Secretary 2022||11/2021 - 11/2025|
|Kathleen D. Griffin (D)||11/2021 - 11/2025|
|Peter Ruppert (D)||11/2019 - 11/2023|