Town of Pittsfield, Maine

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Enter here to view the online application forms that are available through the State of Maine. This includes the Homestead Exemption Application, the Veteran Exemption Application and the Widow, Widower, Minor Child or Widowed Parent of a Veteran Application.

To set up an appointment with the Assessor, please contact the Town Office at 487-3136.

The Town of Pittsfield maintains an Assessor’s Office in the Pittsfield Municipal Building. William E. Van Tuinen and Alan Grove of William E. Van Tuinen Tax Assessment Services are the Assessors for the Town of Pittsfield. An Assessor is usually available Thursdays or Fridays, depending on the week.

The Assessor’s Office is open to the public whenever the Town Office is open and the staff can make copies of any needed tax maps, property cards and copies of deeds.

The Tax Assessor is responsible for administering property tax law by listing and valuing all taxable property, which includes real estate and personal property pursuant to the Constitution and Laws of the State of Maine.

The Assessor is required to abide by State law when assessing properties.  This includes valuing all taxable property according to “just value” of fair market value and assessing each taxpayer their fair proportion of State, county, and municipal taxes.

The Assessor’s Office provides taxpayers and all persons with   assessment and tax information.  Information on exemptions allowed by State law is also available in this office.  All records in the Assessor’s Office are available to the public.

To see if you qualify for either exemption, call or contact the Assessor at the Town Office (487-3136).

This is the official web site of Pittsfield, Maine