The Tax Office is responsible for collecting monies received for various taxes, fees and charges. These include Real Estate and Personal Property taxes, motor vehicle taxes and fees, registration fees and other taxes related to Inland Fisheries & Wildlife and various other charges. The Tax Collectors Office strives to provide the highest possible level of customer service to the Town’s residents and taxpayers while maintaining strict control to ensure the proper posting and accounting of the funds received.
Click here Revaluation of all Rumford real estate will resume soon after Memorial Day Weekend. Assessors from R.J.D. Appraisal will visit each property. Assessors’ visits will not be individually scheduled or announced. Representatives from R.J.D. Appraisal will have identification cards and a yellow placard on their car’s dashboard. For reference you may find the link (above) for, assessor photos and vehicle descriptions.
The second installment of the 2019 Fiscal Year Real Estate and Personal Property Tax is due on Monday, April 1, 2019.
Payments may be made in person or by mail addressed to the Tax Collector, Town of Rumford, 145 Congress Street, Rumford, ME 04276 and payable to the Town of Rumford. If paying by mail, please enclose the payment stub from the tax bill, or as much information as possible on the account (acct#, address, map/lot, etc.) If requesting a receipt, enclose a self addressed, stamped envelope. The town also accepts payments online through a third party payment service. Click here to pay online. Third party fees apply to all online transactions.
INTEREST AT 7% PER ANNUM CHARGED STARTING THE DAY AFTER EACH DUE DATE.
It’s convenient. Even without cell or internet service, smartphone users can access their pre-downloaded law book to check a technical rule, confirm registration fees, etc. If you always keep your phone on you (and charged) to take photos or use the GPS, this is a no-brainer.
It’s easy. Save yourself the trip to Town Hall, and simply follow these instructions:
- From your iPhone: In Safari, go to mefishwildlife.com Click the link for the PDF you want to download. When it opens, tap on the first page, then tap Open in iBooks. The file is now saved in your iBooks app.
- From your Android: In Chrome, go to mefishwildlife.com Tap on the menu (3 dots) on the right, then tap Download. The file is now saved to your Downloads app. (some Android users will also need to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader app).
- From your Computer: Go to mefishwildlife.com to save a copy and/or print just the pages you need.
It’s flexible. You can download the full law book. You can also look up specific laws or rules any time on our website.
It helps the Maine outdoors. Every year, we print over 125,000 ATV & Snowmobile law books. That’s (a) a lot of paper, and (b) a lot of money that we think would be better spent preserving Maine’s fish and wildlife and their habitats. Trusting that many of you will agree and opt for the digital version, we reduced the number of printed copies of the hunting law book a bit this year, and eliminated printing of the ATV & Snowmobile law book. Going more digital is just one way we can work together for the Maine outdoors.
When are property taxes due?
Property taxes are due in two installments. Normally the first installment is due on or before October 1st and the second installment is due on or before April 1st.
Can I use a credit and/or a debit card to pay my taxes?
Credit cards are accepted with online transactions through PayPort Online Payment Portal at: https://epayment.informe.org/payportonline/welcome. Third party fees apply to all credit card transactions.