Property Taxes

 Next Property Tax Payment Due Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Tax Payments are always due on the 15th of August, November, February & May.  If the due date falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date becomes the next business day.
2023-24 Property Tax Installment Dates
August 15, 2023        
November 15, 2023       
February 15, 2024      
May 15, 2024
Postmarks are not accepted as timely; payments must be received by 4:30PM (EST) on the due date.  Online payments must be time-stamped prior to 4:30PM (EST) of the due date.  For further information please read the Policy for the Collection of Current & Delinquent Taxes.
Delinquent Tax Sale Posting - Click HERE
Credit Card Tax Payments - Accepts MasterCard, Visa or Discover
For Online Payment Click HERE
Please note there is a 3% convenience fee for credit card payment services.          
Pay by E-Check - Must be drawn from a US Bank Account
For Online Payment Click HERE
Please note there is a fee of $1.50 for this service.  
Automatic Tax Payment Program (ACH Debit)

Enjoy the safety and convenience of enrolling in a free automatic tax payment program.  Tax installments on August 15, November 15, February 15 and May 15 will be automatically withdrawn from your U.S. bank account. 

Please read and complete the ACH Enrollment Form below and return it (with your voided check if applicable) to

Town of Stowe
PO Box 730
Stowe, VT 05672 

Please call the Town Clerk Office (802) 253-6133 with questions.

To cancel or change your Automatic Tax Payment Program please complete the Cancellation Form and send to the Treasurer as listed above.


Policy for the Collection of Current & Delinquent Taxes

September 27, 2023


To view the Policy for the Collection of Current and Delinquent Taxes, please click here.  If you have questions or concerns, please contact us to discuss in further detail.

Board of Abatement of the Town of Stowe

The Board of Abatement is authorized under 24 V.S.A. §§ 1533-1537 to conduct hearings on requests for abatement of real and personal property taxes, water charges, sewer charges, interest, and/or collection fees.  Abatement is granted when the request is authorized by statute and when the board, in its discretion, agrees that the request is reasonable and proper.  Please review 24 V.S.A. §1535 for a list of what an abatement may be granted for.

For more information, please visit the Secretary of States website at or click here to learn more About Abatement (May 2014)

The next Board of Abatement Meeting ~ TBD