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Assessor's Office

If you have questions regarding the valuation of your property, or you are interested in meeting with the assessing assistant, please contact the Buckfield Town Office to make an appointment at (207) 336-2521, or email


Important Dates

Assessment Date:  April 1st.

Commitment Date:  October 12, 2023

Fiscal Tax Year:  July 1st to June 30th.

2023 - 2024 Tax Rate:  26.10 Per thousand dollars of  assessed value.

Certified Ratio: 70%

Payment Dates:

1st payment is due November 15, 2023
2nd payment is due May 15, 2024

Property tax payment information and copies of property tax bills are available in the white bar to the right.


As a resident of the State of Maine, you may qualify for one of the following partial


Blind Exemption

Homestead Exemption

Veteran Exemption

Widow or Widower of a Veteran

Applications for Homestead Exemption, Blind Exemption, Veteran Exemption (62 years old OR 100% service related disability), Current Use Tree Growth, Farm Land, or Open Space must be filed in the Assessor's Office by April 1st. 

If an exemption has already been granted to you, there is no need to re-apply.  Completed forms may be dropped off, sent by mail, faxed, or attached to email.

For Assessing inquiries, please email


Please see below for tax bills, commitment books and updated tax maps. For additional Assessing information and/or records, please contact the Town Office at (207) 336-2521 or email

(TO PRINT YOUR BILL, select 'This Page Only' when you have the tax bill file open. If not, you'll get them all.)





Commitment Books:

FY 2023-2024

FY 2022-2023 RE BILLS

FY 2022-2023 PP BILLS

FY 2021-2022 TAX BILLS

FY 2020-2021 TAX BILLS

FY 2019-2020 TAX BILLS

FY 2018-2019 TAX BILLS

FY 2017-2018 TAX BILLS

FY 2016-2017 TAX BILLS

FY 2015-2016 TAX BILLS



Current Land Use Programs

The State of Maine has four "current use" programs that offer the property owner a reduction in assessed value: Farmland, Open Space, Tree Growth, and Working Waterfront. The programs establish valuation of property at its current use, rather than at market value.

All four programs are available to property owners through an application process with the local municipality. Applications must be filed on or before April 1 of the year the reduced valuation is first requested.

Property must meet certain criteria to qualify for each program and any future change in the use of the land will cause disqualification resulting in a penalty.

For more information and the corresponding forms, please CLICK HERE.

Maine Revenue Services

Property Tax Division for information on Laws regarding property taxation.

Maine Revenue Services Administers several programs aimed at providing eligible Maine taxpayers with tax relief.

Assessor Request Form

If you have a specific request for the Assessor, you can also utilize the Assessor Request Form by clicking the button below:

*Board of Assessors:

At a special town meeting in early 2022, the Legislative Body voted to remove the Board of Assessors and replace with an Assessing Agent effective at the next Annual Town Meeting (August 16, 2022).

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