**There will be additional charges assessed to you for this service:
3.5% plus $0.50 for credit card processing
$4.95 for e-Checks up to $2,500.00; e-Checks over $2,500.00 will have an additional 0.5% fee added
Property Tax Due Dates
Fayston Tax bills are typically generated in mid to late July, and are due 30 days later (see to the left/below for most current due date). Every year, November 1st is the last day to pay taxes without interest and penalty. Clear postmarks are accepted. If there is no clear postmark (as typically is the case with a bank issued check), AND we receive the check after November 1, we cannot assume the check was initiated by November 1st and it will be considered delinquent.
Please remember that the due date to file your homestead declaration with the Vermont Department of Taxes (annually) is April 15th, regardless of any need to file an income tax extension. Failure to do so may result in a penalty on your Education portion of your taxes. You may file the form online at myVTax.vermont.gov or you can find a paper form HERE.
Delinquent tax policy
Delinquent Tax Collection Policy can be reviewed HERE.
At any time of the year you may ask to convene the Board of Abatement to hear your request for relief from any, or all, of your property taxes, interest or penalty. You can find more information on this Board and the process involved HERE.
Helpful Links and Forms