Location: Town Hall, 3 North Lowell Road
Hours of Operation: 8 AM -
1 PM, M-F,
(Oct. - June: Monday evenings 4-7 PM)
432-7731 / Fax: (603) 425-6582
Ruth Robertson, Tax Collector
Related Pages: Tax Assessor
Page last updated
April 09, 2013
hopes of helping you to better understand the workings of the Tax Office
and the billing procedures, we have developed a listing of our most
frequently asked questions. New and current residents alike
are encouraged to review the information below prior to coming in if
they have any questions regarding proper procedures, or call us for
What is the current tax rate / apportionment?
- The Town of Windham's 2011 tax rate is $23.08/thousand,
broken down as follows: Local School Rate $15.77, State School Rate $2.46, Town Rate $3.79, and
County Rate $1.06.
- For comparison purposes, the 2010 tax rate was as follows: Local
School Rate $14.42, State School Rate $2.49, Town Rate $3.99, and
County Rate $1.08 for a total rate of
- The 2009 tax rate was as follows: Local
School Rate $12.46, State School Rate $2.09, Town Rate $3.45, and
County Rate $0.92 for a total rate of
- The 2008 tax rate was as follows: Local
School Rate $11.41, State School Rate 2.20, Town Rate 3.51, and
County Rate 0.88 for a total rate of
own several properties, and received a separate bill for each. Can I pay
with a single check?
Yes. An original bill or “dummy” bill is required for each account. One check may be used to cover all bills submitted.
What is all that information on my bill(s)?
Tax map number, property address and owner name(s) must appear on each bill. Tax map number consists of map, lot and account number (ex.
Why is my bill not going to my mortgage lender
(escrow account holder)?
State of New Hampshire RSA's state that real estate tax bills be sent directly to the property owner. It is the property
owner(s) responsibility to forward a copy to the lender.
What period of time does my bill cover?
April 1 through
When can I expect to receive my bill?
are mailed in May and October, with due dates in July and December.
When is the TAX RATE set?
The tax rate for
any given year is set in mid-October of that same year.
how did you come up with my current bill if the rate
hasn't been set yet?
The July bill is an estimated bill which is based on the previous year’s tax rate.
Why is the
second bill in December so different from
the first bill I received?
The December bill represent your
actual taxes for the year. It reflects the new tax rate, assessment changes (if applicable), and
previous payments applied (including the first billing).