Roxbury Taxpayer Information

This page contains pertinent information on property taxes publicly available to the taxpayers of the Town of Roxbury, VT.


Town Office
1664 Roxbury Road
P.O. Box 53 | Roxbury, VT 05669
Phone: (802) 485-7840
Fax: (802) 485-9160
Email: townrox[at]tds.net

Winter Hours:
Tuesday – Friday: 8AM – 12PM, 1PM – 4PM
One person at a time in the designated area, right inside the door.
Masks are recommended and strongly encouraged. Please do not enter if you do not feel well.


PROPERTY TAXES ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, AUGUST 13TH, 2021 AT 5PM.

2021-2022 Property Tax Information

Current property taxes for the 2021-2022 Tax year have been mailed out.
If your mailing address changed in the last year, please contact the Town Clerk’s office IMMEDIATELY, to ensure timely receipt of your tax bill.

A drop-off box is available near the front door of the Town Offices. Note that any taxes dropped off after the due date will be considered late. The Town Offices are open until 5PM on the Wednesday through Friday of the week the taxes are due.

Town of Roxbury, VT:
2021-22 Policy & Procedures for Collection of Current Property Taxes
2020 Notice to Taxpayers
Tax Autopay Program


2021-2022 Tax Due Dates

August 13, 2021
November 12, 2021
February 11, 2022
May 13, 2022

The Town Offices are open until 5PM on the Wednesday through Friday of the week the taxes are due.
Tax payments not received as complete by May 13, 2022 (or postmarked this date) will be considered delinquent and turned over to the Delinquent Tax Collector (DTC). The DTC will charge 1/2% interest monthly plus an 8% penalty.


Homestead vs Non-Resident

In Vermont, all property is subject to education property tax to pay for the state’s schools. For this purpose, property is categorized as either non-residential or homestead. A homestead is the principal dwelling and parcel of land surrounding the dwelling, owned and occupied by the resident as the person’s primary domicile.

All property is considered non-residential, unless it is declared as a homestead. The education property tax rate levied on nonresidential property differs from the rate levied on homestead property. It is your responsibility as the property owner to claim the property as a homestead if you meet, or expect to meet, the following requirements:

  • You are a Vermont resident
  • You own and occupy a homestead as your domicile as of April 1
  • Please note: If you meet these requirements, except that your homestead is leased to a tenant on April 1, you may still claim it as a homestead if it is not leased for more than 182 days in the 2019 calendar year.

(extracted from the VT Dept. of Taxation website.)

Vermont Dept. of Taxes
Vermont Dept. of Taxes/Property Owners
Vermont Dept. of Taxes/Businesses & Corporations
Vermont Dept. of Taxes/Tax Forms & Publications


Property Reappraisals

A town-wide property reappraisal process is underway for the Town of Roxbury. New England Municipal Consultants has been retained to conduct the reappraisal, which began in Spring 2021. The new Grand List will be filed in June 2022. They are required to visit every property. Visit our Town Reappraisal page.