What We Do
The Tax Collector's Office provides billing and collection of real estate, personal property, and motor vehicle taxes. Taxes are billed and collected semi-annually on real estate and annually on motor vehicles and personal property.
Delinquent Tax Bills Have Been Sent To Collection
Delinquent bills for Motor Vehicle Taxes and Personal Property Taxes have been sent to either the Rossi Law Office Collection Agency or the State Marshal. This office makes several attempts at collecting delinquent taxes and notifications are sent alerting taxpayers as to their status. Online payment ability has been suspended because additional fees are owed to the collection agents.
You would have received the original bill at the beginning of July, a delinquent statement at the beginning of August, and a Demand Notice at the beginning of September. Additional fees are payable to these agents. Payments of delinquent taxes should be sent to the respective collection authority.
Removal of a DMV Hold
In order to obtain an immediate release of a DMV hold on a registration, your delinquent tax bill(s) must be paid in cash or a bank check. Payment by personal check will result in a 10 day hold before the release is processed; online payments will result in a 3-5 business day hold.
Payments through our authorized collection agency, Rossi Law Office, can be made by credit card. There is a 24 hour hold on ALL payments made to the collection agency. Please take this into consideration if you need a DMV release.
If you have any questions, please call our office at
There are no separate taxing districts in the Town of Waterford
For information on sewer billing, call the Waterford Utility Commission: 860-444-5886
For information on water billing, call the City of New London: 860-447-5222