Town Clerk and Treasurer
Town Clerk & Treasurer
Assistant Town Clerk
Bonnie Morse email@example.com
Duxbury Town Office
Office hours are from 7:30am until 3:30pm, Monday through Thursday.
A locked transaction box is located near the office entrance if needed to deposit documents.
5421 VT Route 100
Duxbury, VT 05676
Duxbury residents may register to vote in person at the town office or by using the Secretary of State's My Voter Page. You must be 18 years of age and a resident in the town of Duxbury. Information for the upcoming elections as well as results and sample ballots will be posted here.
Our search services provide a convenient and centralized way to search for documents recorded in our office. Additional information about the site is available once you login.
Tax Bills and Lister Cards
Search the property database by parcel ID, owner name, or address for tax bills and lister cards.
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Taxes are due as a single payment on the second Friday in October. Any payments received after that date will be assessed an 8% penalty and a 1% interest charge for each month that they are outstanding. Postmarks DO NOT qualify as date of receipt. You may pay by mail, direct bank payment, credit card, town lock box deposit or in person. If you are unable to pay your taxes please complete a payment arrangement form to arrange to resolve your outstanding payment.
Questions? Call 802-244-6660 or email DuxburyVTTreasurer@gmail.com
Direct Payment of Property Taxes
It’s Fast, Easy, and Convenient.
Simply download or pick up the form and return it to the office by October 1.
Please be sure to read the form through carefully and complete all sections. Incomplete forms will not be able to be processed for this year’s taxes.
Just sign up once and Direct Pay will remain in effect until you cancel it or unless the town has to cancel due to lack of funds or delinquency.
Credit Card Payment of Property Taxes
You can pay your property taxes using a credit card through PayGOV.us. A fee is charged for this service.
Property Tax Payment Agreement
If you are unable to pay your taxes please fill out a payment agreement and forward that to the Town office.
Delinquent Property Tax Sales
Warrants for delinquent collection of taxes are listed here.