• Town of Weathersfield, Vermont

  • Town of Weathersfield, Vermont

  • Town of Weathersfield, Vermont

  • Town of Weathersfield, Vermont

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To get a state credit for your property taxes you must file your Homestead Declaration even if you don't file annual taxes.

Homestead Declaration

By Vermont law, property owners whose homes meet the definition of a Vermont homestead must file a Homestead Declaration annually by the April 18, 2019 filing deadline. A late filing fee will apply after that date. A homestead is the principal dwelling and parcel of land surrounding the dwelling, owned and occupied by the resident as the person’s domicile. All property is considered non- residential, unless it is declared as a homestead. It is your responsibility as the property owner to claim the property as a homestead if you meet, or expect to meet, the following requirements: you are a Vermont resident and you own and occupy a homestead more than 182 days as your domicile as of April 1, 2019. Declare your homestead with the Vermont Tax Department by filing Form HS-122.

Property Tax Adjustment Claim

The Vermont Property Tax Adjustment assists many Vermont homeowners with paying their property taxes. You may be eligible for a property tax adjustment on your property taxes if your property qualifies as a homestead and you meet all of the following eligibility requirements:

  • Your property qualifies as a homestead, and you have filed a Homestead Declaration for the 2019 grand list
  • You were domiciled in Vermont for the full prior calendar year
  • You were not claimed as a dependent of another taxpayer
  • You have the property as your homestead as of April 1; and
  • You meet the household income criteria (see form for current year income limit).

Property Tax Adjustment Claims are made to the Department of Taxes by filing Form HS-122, Section B. Visit the Department of Taxes website at www.tax.vermont.gov or call 1-866-828-2865 for more information.


You can also contact the Townoffice if you need help!


All of Vermont and northern New York will be impacted. Friday starting with flurries tonight and snow accumulation of 1"-3". Roads might be slippery and icy. Forecast of heavy snow from Saturday evening through late Sunday night. Total snow accumulations greater than 6 inches possible (8"-12" forecast).

Travel could be very difficult to impossible, please try to stay home to be safe.

Our Highway Department will be treating the roads day and night if needed. Thank you!

The AARP Foundation will be offering TaxAide/Tax preparation services for low-to moderate-income taxpayers

at Townhall from 8:30 AM to about 4:00 PM:

Tuesday Feb. 5

Tuesday Feb. 12

Tuesday Feb. 19

Tuesday Feb. 26

Tuesday Mar. 12

Tuesday Mar. 19

Tuesday Mar. 26

Tuesday Apr. 2

Tuesday Apr. 9

Please note: Counselors might not be trained if you have special circumstances.