Zooming In/Out & Panning - There are multiple ways to get around in the map. Double-click on the map to zoom in, and drag to pan. Hold down the
shift key and drag to zoom to a particular area. A zoom slider and zoom to full extent button are in the upper right corner of the map.
Choose County/Municipality - Click the button to open the window. Choose the county of interest and the map will zoom to the extent of the county.
The municipal list will be filtered to show only the municipalities in the selected county. Choosing a municiaplity will zoom the map to the selected municipality.
Synchronize the Map - The map can be synchronized to allow for the comparison of different factors for the same place. When the map is not synchronized,
it allows for the contrast of different locations.
Towns and counties calculate their general tax rates in many different ways, making comparisons between jurisdictions difficult,
if not impossible, without some statistical adjustments. That�s why this map shows effective tax rates and the averages of equalized
valuations for each municipality. Effective tax rates and equalized values allow apples-to-apples comparison of tax rates and property
values by using standard formulas for every town and county. These rates and valuations do not correspond to what is printed on tax
bills or notices. The assessed value of property, which is on taxpayer bills, can be found by using the property tax search engine on
this site. However, the equalized values and rates have long been used to allow comparisons between different jurisdictions.
The Side-By-Side Tax Comparison tool allows users to compare and contrast tax information using factors like property type and average rates.
Select the type of tax rate to view in each panel from the drop-down menu and navigate to the the area of interest.