About this dataset
Municipal Grand List reports indicators of the Equalized Net Grand List and related Mill Rates.
tate Fiscal Years run from July 1 through the following June 30. Population estimates used to calculate Per Capita measures were derived using the Connecticut Department of Public Health estimates as of July 1 of the year ending the State Fiscal Year - ie. SFY 2012-2013 uses the population estimate for July 1, 2013. Grand List indicators are derived from October of the year preceding the State Fiscal Year - ie SFY 2012-2013 uses Grand List data from October 2011. Due to the required time and resources necessary for re-evalutaion, municipalities are evaluated for Grand List figures on a rolling basis. Equalized Net Grand List values are derived as a way of giving an equal ground for comparison to all municipalities, regardless of when that municipality is scheduled to be re-evaluated next. Equalized Mill Rates are calculated using the Equalized Net Grand List. Equalized Net Grand List figures are a measure of only the taxable real and personal property, i.e. the gross property estimate minus any tax exempt properties. Mill Rates are the amount of tax payable per $1000 of value for a given property. Mill Rates are presented as thousandths of a dollar, e.g. a Mill Rate of 1 means every $1000 of value would equal $1 of tax. These rates are calculated by taking the projected revenue from taxable property, dividing it by the total net worth of taxable property (Equalized Net Grand List) and multiplying by 1000.
Connecticut Office of Policy and Management, accessed via data.ct.gov.
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