Burke Board of Listers
During 2012 you saw the Listers out and about inspecting properties. In 2013 we will continue site visits, measuring and taking pictures to update our records and property files.
All permits that were issued during the year will be our first priority. (Please check with the Town before building or adding an outdoor wood furnace as the Towns Bylaws have changed over the last couple of years.) If you would like us to come and look at your property please give a call and make an appointment.
IF YOU ARE A NEW RESIDENT OF THE TOWN OF BURKE, PLEASE BE SURE TO FILE YOUR HS-122. YOU ARE NO LONGER REQUIRED TO FILE EACH YEAR.
These forms determine your residential tax rate for your property taxes. This should be done when you file your State taxes no later than April 15'~. After that date you will be charged a penalty. After September 1, 2011 there will be no adjustment. The definition of Resident means an individual who meets the criteria for residency. Residency means for the purpose of income tax, an individual who in that portion of the taxable year
- Domiciled in Vermont
- Maintains a permanent place of abode and is present in Vermont for more than a combined total of 183 days of the taxable year.
- Individuals holding a life estate or living in the home they transferred to a revocable trust.
- File for a homestead even if you are not required to file income tax.
2012 Grand List $229,835,100
Total parcels 1212
680 residential homes
35 seasonal properites
Cheryl Noyes, Judy Emerson and Ronald Paquette
Listers Office hours
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 pm
or by appointment
Source: 2012 Annual Report, Town of Burke, Vermont