|Interest Rate:||12% per annum|
|Bid Method:||Highest Bidder/Bid Down Ownership|
|Redemption Period:||1 year|
|Sale Date(s):||Varies by County|
|Statute Section(s):||VT Statutes – Title 32, CH 133|
- There are 237 Towns and 9 Cities that collect real property taxes. Typically, the Town Treasurer or Tax Collector collects real property taxes; however, a town can choose one of five procedures to collect taxes:
- If a Town takes no action, the First Constable automatically becomes the Collector of Taxes.
- Town may vote to elect a Tax Collector who collects both current and delinquent taxes.
- Town may vote to have the Town Treasurer collect taxes; however the Town may also vote to have delinquent taxes collected by the Collector of Taxes, by the Collector of Delinquent Taxes or by the Constable (if neither Collector is elected)
- If a town has adopted the Town Manager form of government, it can vote to have the Town Manager collect taxes; however if the town has voted to have the Town Treasurer collect current taxes, then the Town Manages can collect only delinquent taxes and 5. If the town is without a Tax Collector, the Town Selectboard can hire someone to collect what taxes the Town Treasurer does not. For further information, go to http://www.vlct.org/vermontlocalgovernment/taxcollector/
|Resource||Description||Instructions and Additional Information|
|City and Town Offices contact information:||The Vermont League of Cities and Towns provides a Municipal Directory providing, in an Excel file.|
|Treasury & Clerks contact information:||The Vermont Secretary of State provides a Guide to Vermont’s Town Clerks, Treasurers & County Clerks, in PDF format:|
|Vermont Towns & Cities||The Office of the Vermont Secretary of State provides links to Vermont Town and City web sites:|
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Vermont County Resource Directory
Everything you want to know that about Vermont Tax Line Certificates is a click away. In this table below, you can click on County for links to the County websites, click Census for U.S Census bureau information, see county auction types, population, and click the map image a detailed county map.
|Addison County||001||Joseph Addison (1672–1719), an English politician and writer.||36,821|
|Bennington County||003||Benning Wentworth (1696–1770), the colonial governor of New Hampshire (1741–1766).||37,125|
|Caledonia County||005||Latin name for Scotland.||31,227|
|Chittenden County||007||Thomas Chittenden (1730–1797), first governor of Vermont (1791–1797).||156,545|
|Essex County||009||Essex, a county in England.||6,306|
|Franklin County||011||Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790), one of the most critical Founding Fathers of the United States.||47,746|
|Grand Isle County||013||Largest island in Lake Champlain.||6,970|
|Lamoille County||015||La Mouelle (meaning the seagull), named by French explorer Samuel de Champlain (~1570–1635).||24,475|
|Orange County||017||William of Orange (1650–1702), Prince of Orange.||28,936|
|Orleans County||019||City of Orléans, France.||27,231|
|Rutland County||021||Town of Rutland, Massachusetts.||61,642|
|Washington County||023||George Washington (1732–1799), first President of the United States (1789–1797).||59,534|
|Windham County||025||Town of Windham, Connecticut.||44,513|
|Windsor County||027||Town of Windsor, Connecticut.||56,670|
Reference Site Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_counties_in_Vermont