Town of Canterbury CT

Town of Canterbury
1 Municipal Drive
Canterbury CT 06331

Assessor's Office

Assessor's Office


The Assessor's office is primarily responsible for preparing the Town's Grand List. The Grand List is generated each year as of October 1 and is a record of all taxable and tax exempt property. Taxable property includes real estate and personal property, including motor vehicles. The office is also responsible for maintaining the assessor maps and data about all properties, and for applying tax exemptions or abatements such as the veterans, disabled, elderly, blind and PA 490 programs. Please call or email the Assesor for information about these programs.

Assessor: Angel Johnstone CCMA II

Assessor's Office
1 Municipal Drive
Canterbury, CT 06331
Telephone: 860-546-6035
Fax: 860-546-8133(new fax #)

Office Hours: The Assessor is typically in the office on Monday, Tuesday & Thursday during regular Town Hall office hours. On Wednesday, the counter computer, maps, and sales books are available for the public but there may be no assessment staff available for assistance.

NOTE: Due to the state of emergency for Covid19, the Town Hall is closed to the public at this time.  Please call or email to make arrangements if access to the assessor is required.


If you have questions regarding a motor vehicle bill or are in need of an adjustment due to the sale or disposal of a vehicle, please find the "Motor Vehicle Billing Info & Disposal proof requirements" document below for complete instructions on what to provide to us. 

If you need an adjustment to a recent bill you have not yet paid, please provide the required documentation to the assessor prior to overpaying the bill.  Refunds of overpayment can take up to THREE MONTHS to process!


FIELD CARD DATA is available at:

MAPPING DATA is available at:




Canterbury began its state mandated 5-year Revaluation in December 2019 with residential data collection. Vision Government Solutions has been contracted to complete the revaluation for October 1, 2020.

Change in Revaluation ProcedureIn order to continue to ensure the utmost accuracy in data collection, data collectors and field review staff will drive by each property to review the exterior information on each building.  Data collectors will not enter any property at this time to ensure the health and safety of all parties during the Covid19 pandemic.  Inspections will resume in the fall to the extent possible.  

The following order from the Governor is dated March 23rd, 2020: Substitution of Full Inspection Requirements Pertaining to October 1, 2020 Grand List Revaluations. The requirement set forth under Section 12-62 of the Connecticut General Statutes pertaining to October 1, 2020 Grand List revaluations that require a full interior inspection of property, for which such interior inspection that has not yet been completed, is suspended and replaced with the alternative requirement to send a questionnaire to the owner as outlined in Section 12-62(b)(4). 

Based on the Governor's Order, if you receive a questionnaire regarding your property, please fill it out and return it as instructed for maximum accuracy in valuation.  

The major phases to a municipal revaluation are: Data Collection, Market Analysis, Valuation, Field Review and Informal Hearings. Every representative of Vision Government Solutions Inc will wear a photo ID and their vehicles will be registered with the state police.

Ken Nadeau

Gray 2007 Nissan Maxima

CT plate  AT42975


Red 2005 Chevy Colorado

CT plate CU3005

Diane Casey

Red 2017 Ford Focus

CT plate AP59861


Mimi Anders-Mackie

White 2016 Subaru Forester 


Kevin Johnston
White 2001 Ford Focus
RI plate PA957

Myles Perlmutter
Black 2007 Nissan Altima
RI plate 685472

If you have any questions about the revaluation process, please contact the Assessor’s office or use the following links for additional revaluation infomation:


Canterbury Town Hall Office Hours:
Monday – Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Thursday: 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM, Friday: CLOSED