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Hebron Community Calendar

January 2022

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  • Food Share Van - Red…
  • Zoning Board of Appe…
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  • Commission on Aging
  • Open Space Land Acq …
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  • Board of Selectmen
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  • Hebron Housing Autho…
  • Douglas Library Boar…
  • Republican Town Comm…
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  • Planning & Zonin…
  • WPCA Meeting
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  • Commission on Aging …
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  • Historic Properties …
  • Hebron Board of Educ…
  • Conservation Commiss…
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  • Reg 8 Insurance Cons…
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  • Holiday - Town Offic…
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  • Food Share Van - Red…
  • Elementary Schools R…
  • Public Building Comm…
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  • EDC Networking Meeti…
  • Reg 8 Insurance Cons…
  • Hebron Board of Educ…
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  • RHAM Board of Educat…
  • Democratic Town Comm…
  • Economic Development…
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  • Public Building Comm…
  • Chatham Health Distr…
  • School Readiness Cou…
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  • Hebron Board of Educ…
  • Board of Finance
  • Hebron Green Committ…
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Upcoming Events

Real Estate

The Assessor creates a Grand List of real and personal property owned and located in the Town as of October 1st each year. To compile the Town’s Grand List the Assessor follows these three primary steps:
1. Discover
2. List
3. Value

It is the goal of the Assessor to compile a Grand List that is fair and equitable to all property owners, as stipulated by State law. The above steps are taken to ensure that no property owners are assessed more than once for the same property, or omitted from the list in error. The Assessor also makes every attempt to ensure that the correct person or persons are assessed accordingly.

Tax Assessment exemptions, tax relief programs, and filing deadlines:
The Assessor’s Office assists eligible residents in applying for various tax exemptions and tax relief programs.  These programs; veterans exemptions, elderly tax relief for homeowners and 100% totally disabled homeowners receiving Social Security, are offered in conformance with eligibility requirements and specifications of state enabling legislation.   Basic requirements for these programs are to be 65 years of age or 100% totally disabled and, meet a qualifying income that is set each year by the state.

  • Disabled or Elderly Homeowners (February 1st – May 15th); Additional Veterans (February 1st – October 1st).
  • Veterans exemptions, your DD214 or Honorable discharge must be filed with the Town Clerk by September 30.
  • Blind or totally disabled exemption proof must be filed with the Assessor’s Office by October 1st.

More detailed information about these programs can be obtained by contacting the Assessor’s Office.

Quick links:
View GIS Maps
View Property Record Cards
PA 490 Classifications
Farmland Application
Forest Land Application
Solar Application

2020 Income & Expense Form
Golf Course Property Form
Mixed Use Property Form
Multi Family Property Form
Office Property Form
Restaurant Form
Retail Property Form