Town Notices
Posted: Monday April 24, 2017


TAXES! TAXES! TAXES!
NOTICE TO SHERMAN TAXPAYERS


Notice is hereby given to the taxpayers of the Town of Sherman, CT that the second installment of Real Estate and Personal Property; as well as Supplemental Motor Vehicle taxes on the Grand List of October 1, 2015 becomes due and payable January 1, 2017. If payment is not made on or before February 1, 2017 interest will be charged at a rate of 1.5% per month from the original due date, with a minimum interest charge of $2.00. USPS postmarks are accepted; payments must be postmarked no later than February 1, 2017.

Failure to send or receive a tax bill does not relieve the taxpayer from his/her liability for the payment of taxes or delinquent charges (§12-130).

Payments can be mailed to the Tax Collector’s Office, P.O. Box 39, Sherman, CT 06784.

Office Hours:
Tuesday – Friday, 9-12 & 1-4;
Saturday (January Only) 9-12.

Visit www.townofshermanct.org for FAQ's and online payment options, fees apply.

If a receipt is needed, please mail in your entire bill to be receipted along with your payment and a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Tabitha Fazzone
Sherman Tax Collector



New Online TAX Payment Vendor
For Municipal Taxes


Metropolitan Communications LLC (MCC) has been acquired by InvoiceCloud. If you have an account set up with MCC you will no longer be able to access that account to pay your municipal taxes. You will need to set up a new account with InvoiceCloud, if you wish. You can do this through the Town’s website once you have added your payments to your cart.

Please CLICK HERE to view or download the information sheet and instructions for use of the new submission procedures.



Sherman Septic System Management Ordinance

A copy of a new Sherman Septic System Management Ordinance has been posted here and under Regulations and Ordinances on the town website for public review.

Please CLICK HERE to view or download a copy of the ordinance.

Please CLICK HERE to view or download a slide presentation reviewing important points about the proposed ordinance.



TOWN OF SHERMAN
UPDATING HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN


Tropical Storm Irene of August 2011, Winter Storm Alfred of October 2011, “Superstorm” Sandy of August 2012, Winter Storm Nemo of February 2013, and the winter storms of January-February 2015, all caused property damage in the Town of Sherman. A significant wildfire burned twenty-eight acres of forest in neighboring New Fairfield in September of 2016. A tornado struck Bridgeport, CT and even minor earthquakes have been felt in this region as recently as January 2015.

Natural hazard events impact Sherman every year, some causing property damage, power outages, traffic congestion, public and private expenditures, and can sometimes lead to injuries. Hazard mitigation initiatives undertaken by the Town can lessen the chance of damage to property and personal injury by supporting sustained actions that prevent or reduce the effects of natural hazards.

The Town of Sherman, with the assistance of the Western Connecticut Council of Governments (WestCOG), is updating its Hazard Mitigation Plan. This update will identify changes in risks, vulnerabilities, capabilities, and mitigation actions that have developed since adoption of the previous plan in 2012.

Please share your ideas for the plan using the following survey:


Please CLICK HERE to access the on-line survey.



Online Voter Registration
Voter Look-up Tool


Because 2016 is a Presidential year we can expect that voter participation will be strong and that third party organizations and campaigns will be highly active. Therefor we are providing access to two important components of the voter registration system for our state.

The Online Voter Registration System will permit you to register to vote online.

And, the Voter Lookup Tool will permit you to check your own information, such as address, party affiliation, etc.



SHERMAN (and other towns)
TAX SALE INFORMATION


The link below will take you to CT Tax Sales which is a site that lists to property sales that have resulted from tax foreclosures.

Visit www.cttaxsales.com for for listing by town.




Sherman Volunteer Fire Department
Seeking Volunteers


CLICK HERE to download an informational flyer regarding oppportunities to join the Sherman Volunteer Fire Department.



Public Safety Communications Documents

CLICK HERE to download the Radio Communications System Analysis report.

CLICK HERE to download a presentation version of the contents of the work, prepared by the Committee.

In addition, a hard copies of each report are available for viewing in the First Selectman’s office and in the Town Clerk’s office.


Calls for FISH, the volunteer service providing rides to medical appointments, medical equipment, and help with small chores, should be directed to 860-355-4334.

Agendas for upcoming meetings can be found in the Events Calendar. Minutes of meetings are posted under Quick Links/Minutes.