Littleton Assessing Department

Assessing Department
603-444-3996 ext. 14

Dave Glynn
KRT Appraisal Contract Assessor
dave_glynn@krtappraisal.com

Important Dates

  • March 1: Last day to file for abatements for the upcoming tax year.
  • April 15: Last day to file application for property tax exemption, credit, or deferral for the upcoming tax year.
  • April 15: Last day for religious, educational, and charitable organizations to file annual list of all exempt property with assessing officials. Refusal to file may be grounds for denial.
  • April 15: Last day to file application for "Current Use" for the upcoming tax year.

The Assessing Office is responsible for calculating the Assessed Value of each property in Littleton and ensuring that each is assessed equitably in relation to market value. Littleton utilizes computer assisted mass appraisal (CAMA) software provided by Vision Government Solutions of Northborough, MA. The last update of values was performed in 2015 by KRT Appraisal of Haverhill, MA. The assessed values of Littleton properties can be found in the Vision Government Solutions Online Database or at the Town of Littleton website under Town Maps.

KRT Appraisal is the Town's contracted Assessors and is usually in the Town Hall two to three days during the work week. Please feel free to call and speak with them with questions you may have regarding your assessment. Some of the duties of the Town's contracted Assessors are to follow up on building permits, quarterly property inspections and data checks on properties. If you have any questions regarding their credentials, please contact us here at the Town Hall and we will verify who they are and if they are in your neighborhood on that particular day.

Applications for all exemptions, tax deferrals (formerly the elderly & disabled tax lien), and tax credits must be made no later than April 15th, preceding the setting of the tax rate ( RSA 72:33). The taxpayer must be qualified for the exemption, deferral, or credit as of April 1st of the tax year claimed. The financial qualifications will be judged as of the time the application is filed. The Assessing Officials are to provide a written decision.

Applications for abatements must be made by March 1st following the notice of the tax. The Assessing Officials are to grant or deny the abatement by July 1st. The taxpayer may appeal the denial of an abatement to the Board of Tax & Land Appeals or to Superior Court, but not both, by September 1st. These dates are adjusted if the tax bills are mailed after December 31st.