Norwich adjusts tax payment process for COVID-19 precautions
Norwich — The city will limit the hours for in-person property tax payments at City Hall in July and is encouraging taxpayers to make payments using other methods.
Norwich property taxpayers can pay online at the city’s website, www.norwichct.org, by mail to Tax Collector, 100 Broadway, Norwich, CT 06360 or at People’s United Bank branches in Norwich. Electronic check fees will be waived through Sept. 30, and credit card fees are waived through Tuesday, June 30, for online payments of overdue taxes due.
Due to coronavirus precautions, the tax office will be open for in-person payments on Monday through Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Although the office will accept in-person cash payments, the city encourages people paying in person to pay by personal check, bank check or money order to reduce the chance of infection.
Also, during July as in previous years, taxpayers may pay their taxes in person with cash or check at any People’s United Bank branch location.
For information, contact the city tax office at (860) 823-3760.
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