Pay in Person
The Tax Collector's office is open for in-person payments Monday through Friday from 8:30 am - 4 pm. No appointment is needed, and we do not close for lunch.
PLEASE SEE OUR HOME PAGE FOR HOLIDAY HOURS / CLOSINGS.
We are located in Room 105 on the first floor of City Hall. Enter through the main entrance, and the security guard will direct you. You may pay your taxes with a check, money order, cash, debit card, credit card, or ATM card.
Please note there is no "drop off" box for tax payments. If you come to pay in person, we will process your payment and you will receive a receipt at that time.
The last day to pay the second installment without interest was Thursday, February 1, 2024.
The Tax Collector’s and Assessor’s offices converted to a different software system on March 1, 2023. The online E tax bill lookup system also has changed. The new system looks different, but you still are able to look up what you owe, and what you paid. You now are able to put items directly in your "shopping cart" to pay them.
The requirement to wear a face mask is no longer in effect in Norwalk City Hall. Please contact the Mayor's Office, or refer to the Mayor's COVID 19 updates, for details about this policy and recent updates and directives about mask wearing at City owned facilities and other COVID 19 policies. Please try to stay six feet away from others, in compliance with physical distancing directives. If you are not feeling well, please be respectful of your neighbors - choose another day to come, or make your payment remotely.
There are several alternative ways you can make your tax payment:
1. BY MAIL - send to Tax Collector, 125 East Avenue, Norwalk CT 06851
2. ON LINE - https://www.mytaxbill.gov/inet/bill/home.do?town=norwalk (click link)
3. OVER THE TELEPHONE : CALL 1-203-318-9523
Due Dates & Delinquent Notices
Delinquent and demand notices for past due payments were sent in September 2023, and will be sent again in March 2024. We will file lien continuing certificates in March, 2024. The term "demand" is prescribed by state statute and is not meant to imply rudeness toward the taxpayer.