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Tax Collector: Jodi RichardsDeputy Clerk: Jimi Hunt

Tax Collector's  Office
29 Elm Street, PO Box 1207, Camden, ME  04843
Tel. 207-236-3353 Ext 7118  Fax 207-236-7956
Office Hours:  M-F 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The mission of the Tax Collector is to protect the public interest through the proper custody and accounting of public funds, to help facilitate the achievement of the City’s goals and objectives through sound financial management and timely financial reporting and to serve the public, City officials and departmental personnel efficiently and pleasantly as valued customers.

Our responsibilities include:

  • Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Collections
  • Motor Vehicle Registrations
  • Boat, Snowmobile, and ATV Registrations

Important Dates

April 1st Properties are assessed
October 15th
First half taxes are due
April 15th
Second half taxes are due
July 1st to June 30th Fiscal tax year
July/August The lien process usually begins
January/February Foreclosures usually take place at this time

Link to Property Tax Database

For your convenience you are given the option of paying your taxes in two equal installments, keeping in mind any unpaid balance left on the first half would begin accruing interest on October 16th  and April 16th.

We do not prorate taxes, that generally would be done at the closing.  The owner as of April 1st is responsible for the entire year's taxes even though the taxes are due in two installments.

If a payment is made on delinquent taxes within the past 10 days of a notification deadline the payment must be made by cash, money order or cashier's check.  All payments are applied to the oldest tax balance first.

If a lien is placed, it is filed against the owner as of April 1st and could be found on their credit report.

Get in Touch

PO Box 1207
29 Elm Street
Camden ME  04843
Hours of Operation:
Mon -Fri 7:30 am to 3:30 pm