The Town of Killingly allows for quarterly payments on Real Estate and Personal Property bills greater than $100.00 annually. These installment due dates are July 1st, October 1st, January 1st, and April 1st. All Motor Vehicle tax bills are due in full. The due date for motor vehicles is July 1st and our supplemental billing is due January 1st. As always, you have thirty days from the due date to pay without penalty.
If you reside in the Borough of Danielson, effective July 1, 2013, your Borough of Danielson tax bill will be included in your Town tax bill.
You may pay your bill(s) through the mail. When paying by mail: Write your list number(s) on your check or money order, and make payable to the “Town of Killingly” along with one copy of your bill. If a receipt is desired please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with all copies of the bill. Tax payments may also be made in person at the Town Hall, 172 Main Street, Killingly, CT.
APAYMENT DROP BOX is located near the handicap ramp can be used at any time, for any Town Hall department.
We are excited to offer our taxpayers another way to pay their bills. Pay by Text customers can make payments anytime, anywhere on any cell phone! Plus, customers receive text alerts when their bill is ready. To learn more, click here or to learn how to register click here.
Please note our mailing addresses:
If you pay by mail during the collection month and have enclosed a copy of your original tax bill, please mail your remittance to:
PO Box 4110
Woburn, MA 01888-4110
If you are remitting a delinquent tax bill, have misplaced your original bill, or are making a payment outside the installment month, please mail your remittance to:
172 Main Street
Killingly, CT 06239
All Online Banking checks MUST be addressed to:
172 Main Street
Killingly CT 06239
If you are unsure as to the amount you currently owe, you may look it up online or contact the Revenue Collector's Office at (860) 779-5330, by fax at (860) 770-5370, or email the Revenue Collector by clicking here.
Delays in mailing due to incorrect mailing information can cost you money. You can avoid delays and possible late fees and interest by simply providing us with your correct mail delivery address. For our motor vehicle tax bills we rely on information from the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles to have the most current address. If you have not updated your address with the DMV please do so ASAP. For a link to DMV's change of address, site click here.