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The Town of Farmington is committed to providing the best possible services for the tax dollars collected with a commitment to keep the tax rate as low as possible.

The Town of Farmington has contracted with John E. O'Donnell & Associates, Inc., a municipal consulting firm specializing in tax assessing and tax equalization (revaluation), to handle the town's assessing needs.  The company is based in New Gloucester. 

Weekly office hours in Farmington will be every Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Property owners may continue to use the for emails.

To review property values, exemptions (including homesteads), ownerships, tax maps, and current use classifications, as of 04/01/2019, visit this link http://jeodonnell.com/cama/farmington/ .  Tax maps will be located on the right ribbon of the O’Donnell website. The information is updated yearly following commitment. If you purchased or sold a property after 4/1/2019, the tax bill will go to the owner as of April 1st.                             

People are also welcome to contact the company directly on any regular business day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  The contact information for the New Gloucester office is:

John E. O'Donnell, III, CMA
John E. O'Donnell & Associates, Inc.
Phone:  207-926-4044


Tax Rate:  $19.20 per $1,000
Tax Year:  2021
Certified Ratio:  100%
Commitment Date:  August 24, 2021
Taxes Due:  November 1, 2021


property information

2021 Real Estate Commitment Book (PDF)

2021 Personal Property Commitment Book (PDF)

2021 Property Tax Rate Computations (PDF)

Click here to go to the John O'Donnell website for more information on properties in the Town of Farmington.


new tax laws for seniors

During its most recent session, the Maine Legislature passed a law that allows certain senior residents ages 65 and older to stabilize, or freeze, the property taxes on their homestead.  The State will fully reimburse municipalities for lost revenue.

The law goes into effect on August 8, 2022 and applies to property tax years beginning April 1, 2023. 

Property Tax Stabilization for Senior Citizens, also known as the Property Tax Stabilization Program (the “Program”), is a State program that allows certain senior-citizen residents to stabilize, or freeze, the property taxes on their homestead.  As long as you qualify and file a timely application each year, the tax billed to you for your homestead will be frozen at the amount you were billed in the prior tax year. Eligible residents who move may transfer the fixed tax amount to a new homestead, even if that new homestead is in a different Maine municipality.

Stabilization Application - THE FILING DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 1, 2022

Stabilization Guidance for Applicants

Stabilization Guidance for Municipalities

Farmington Assessing Department


Geographic Information Service (GIS)

The Town of Farmington's Geographic Information System (GIS) provides access to digital Tax Parcel data as well as other GIS data layers and ortho imagery.  Click here to access the online link.

 

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