The Town of Glastonbury has completed the property revaluation for the October 1, 2017 Grand List.  A revaluation determines the current fair market value of all real estate in town, both commercial and residential. It equalizes the values of all properties for the purpose of a fair distribution of the tax burden. 

The major phases of a municipal revaluation are typically performed in the following order:

  • Data Collection, which involves physical inspections of properties.
  • Market Analysis, which involves analyzing market sales occurring in the previous two years.
  • Valuation, pertaining to the results & conclusions of sales data.
  • Field Review, which involves revaluation company personnel driving through Glastonbury and reviewing all properties to update the Assessor’s database.
  • Informal Hearings, which are an opportunity for owners to discuss value & property information with revaluation company personnel.

A detailed explanation of the revaluation process, as well as answers to frequently asked questions, may be found on the Vision Government Solutions website at  

PLEASE BE ADVISED: The above website reference contains data accurate only through 6-13-2018.  For current information always refer to the Town of Glastonbury's GIS Maps and Property Data link found on the Town's home page.