When does my tax bill become delinquent?

Taxes must be paid within one month of the due date to avoid penalty interest. Delinquent taxes are subject to interest at the rate of 18% per year (1 1/2% per month, $2 minimum), or any part thereof, from the original due date of the tax. Delinquent Motor Vehicle taxes will prevent you from registering any motor vehicle and/or boat until the outstanding taxes are paid in full (CGS 14-33) and the registration hold is cleared by the Tax Collector's Office. For information on your tax bill please call the Collector directly at 203-656-7314.

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1. What do I own that is subject to taxes?
2. When are Taxes Due?
3. What is Darien’s mill rate for the Grand List Year 2022?
4. How is the tax (mill) rate established?
5. When does my tax bill become delinquent?
6. What if I am delinquent on my real estate taxes?
7. Can the Tax Collector waive interest?
8. What if my real estate taxes are no longer escrowed?
9. What if I am living overseas?