Board of Assessment Appeals Information

The Manchester Board of Assessment Appeals is an appointed body empowered by State Statute to hear and decide appeals of property assessments. The Board meets during the month of March to hear appeals of real estate, personal property, and motor vehicles on the supplemental list (vehicles billed in January.) Application must be made by February 20th for a hearing during the Board's March sessions. The Board also meets during the month of September to hear appeals of motor vehicles billed the preceding July.

MOTOR VEHICLE APPEALS

Motor Vehicle assessment appeals for the 2021 Grand List were heard in March 2022.  However, motor vehicle assessment appeals on the 2021 Grand List will also be heard in September 2022. Motor Vehicle Appeals for the 2022 Grand List can be heard in March 2023 (use the March form listed at the bottom of this page).

Download motor vehicle assessment appeal forms for the September 10, 2022 motor vehicle appeal hearings here(PDF, 125KB)

PERSONAL PROPERTY APPEALS

Personal Property assessment appeals for the 2021 Grand List will be held in March 2022.  Appeals for prior Grand Lists may only be heard in March 2023 if the assessments were changed retroactively, such as through a personal property audit.  The application needed to file an appeal is available at the link on the bottom of this page.

REAL ESTATE APPEALS

Assessments are currently based on the full market value of the property as of the revaluation date of October 1, 2021. Market value changes will not effect assessments until the next general revaluation, currently scheduled for 2026. The next appeal hearings will be for the October 1, 2021 grand list and will be held beginning in March 2023. Appeals may be made by filing an application by February 20, 2023 at the  Office of Assessment & Collection. An appointment will be scheduled for a hearing during the month of March.

Download real estate, personal property & motor vehicle appeal forms for the March 2023 appeal hearings here(PDF, 222KB)

Appeal decisions are not retroactive and all decisions are final, barring further appeal to Superior Court.