The Town of Avon is excited to offer residents an easy and secure way to view, print and pay their tax bills online. We support electronic presentation and billing because it is more convenient for residents and better for the environment.
Online Bill Payment, in partnership with Invoice Cloud, offers the following benefits:
- No signup cost or registration
- Access, view and pay your bills online at your convenience
- Paying your bills online is faster and easier than writing a check and mailing it
- You can pay with electronic check or credit/debt card
- You have the option to pay immediately of schedule a payment
- You may choose to eliminate paper invoices to reduce clutter and help the environment
Use of charge card will incur a convenience fee of 2.95% and the fee for electronic check/ACH is $1.95 The Town of Avon receives your bill payment amount. Convenience fees cover various administrative costs associated with accepting payments and or non-refundable.
The convenience fee amount is automatically calculated and is shown on the payment page before you submit your payment for processing. Convenience fees will appear as a separate charge from the bill amount on your bank or credit card statement.
If you need help usng online bill pay or you have a question about you account, please call (860)409-4308.
If there is an error in the Credit Card charge, please contact Invoice Cloud at (877)256-8330 X2700.
Pay by Mail
To pay by mail, please list all bill numbers on a single check and make payable to Town of Avon, Collector of Revenue.
If a receipt is desired, please send a self-addressed stamped envelope. Mail to 60 West Main Street, Avon, CT 06001-3743. Payments may also be made at the Town Hall, Building #2, 60 West Main Street or you may use our convenient drop box located in front of Building #2 at Town Hall.
COST OF RETURNED CHECK $20.00
THE MILL RATE this fiscal year is 29.52 mills. The 2016-2017 budget for this period for the Town of Avon estimates that $4,741,745 will be received from the State of Connecticut for various state financed programs.
Without this assistance, the property tax rate would be 31.35 mills.