City of Hartford issued the following announcement.
Today Mayor Luke Bronin announced a Fee Relief Program for delinquent personal property and motor vehicle taxes, which will run from December 15, 2019, to January 31, 2020. During the Program, any taxpayer with outstanding delinquent personal property or motor vehicle tax bills will have all unpaid collection fees waived, as long as the outstanding tax and interest are paid in full. When the Program is not in effect, the city’s tax collection agency administers a 15% fee on delinquent personal property or motor vehicle tax bills.
“This Fee Relief Program will make it easier for residents to pay back taxes they owe,” said Mayor Luke Bronin. “Last year we ran a Fee Relief Program for personal property taxes only, and this year we are expanding it to motor vehicle taxes as well.
We hope as many people take advantage as possible, so they can stay current with their taxes and the city receives the revenue we need to serve all of our residents.”
Once the Program ends, the City of Hartford’s collection agency will enforce the collection of remaining outstanding delinquent personal property and motor vehicle tax bills.
There will be no exceptions to the time frame of this Program.
If payment is not made by January 31, 2020, the full collection fee of 15% will be due.
Residents can make payment online atwww.hartford.govby clicking on the “$” symbol or in the Tax Office at City Hall, 550 Main St, Room 106, Hartford, CT 06103.
Residents can call (860) 757-9630 if they have questions.
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