Throughout the State of New Hampshire, the property tax year runs from April 1st to March 31st of every year. The Town of Campton sends property tax bills on a semi-annual basis. All original tax bills are mailed directly to the homeowner only. It is the responsibility of the homeowner to know that taxes are due twice a year. If a homeowner does not receive a bill, please call the Tax Collector’s Office. The Tax Collector sends the bills to the homeowner and address on record which is based on the assessing data warranted to the Tax Collector from the Board of Selectmen. It is also the homeowner’s responsibility to forward a copy of the original bill they receive to their mortgage company if they have their taxes escrowed. Property tax bills are generally mailed in June, due in July and mailed again generally in November, due in December of every year.
Ownership Change/Address Changes
Any ownership questions or address changes can be made by contacting the Selectmen’s Office at 726-3223 x-100 or x-101.
Obtaining Assessment Information
All assessing information is handled through the Selectmen’s Office. Photocopies of deeds, assessing cards, maps, and tax warrants are available through the Selectmen’s Office.
2016 Tax Rate Information:
- Regular Part of Town: $23.89
- Properties Located in Campton Village Precinct: $25.62
- Properties Located in Waterville Estates Village District: $40.61
- 2016 Ratio: 94.9%
Property Tax Bill Payment Options:
By Mail: Town of Campton, Tax Collector’s Office, 10 Gearty Way, Campton, NH 03223
In Person: Come on in and visit us! Look for our *Express Lane* if you are in a hurry and you need to “Drop & Go”!