General Tax Information

Real Estate and Personal Property Tax

The Town works in a Fiscal Year which runs July 1st through June 30th

The Tax Office does not accept Faxed/Email request for tax Information.

The Tax Office does not provide copies of tax bills to Management Companies. They must obtain bills from the Assessed owner or go to Invoice Cloud and get the needed information and print bills.

Please be aware, it is the responsibility of all homeowners to know when taxes are due.

Tax Bills are sent to Registered Homeowners - New Homeowners may not be listed on the bill for six months to a year. Please see the assessor's FAQ page for more information about this

If you do not receive a tax bill and you pay your own taxes, you can print/pay your bill on-line by visiting Invoice Cloud.

The Town of Burlington has adopted a variety of exemptions to reduce real estate property tax obligations for certain qualifying taxpayers.  Please visit the assessor's exemptions page for more information.

Due Date For Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes

Tax bills are issued quarterly and mailed approximately 30 days prior to the due date

Due dates that fall on a weekend or holiday are due the following business day. 




August 1

July, August, September

Preliminary – tax rate not set

November 1

October, November, December

Preliminary – tax rate not set 

February 1

January, February, March

Actual – tax rate set

May 1

April, May June

Actual – tax rate set


Interest accrues daily at 14% on any tax not paid by due date.

Demands on any unpaid tax are sent at the end of the Fiscal Year. Unpaid taxes do not forward to the next fiscal year tax bill.