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2021 Equalization Sales Study

Every year the Division of Property Valuation and Review (PVR) is required to certify the equalized education property value (EEPV or EEGL) and coefficient of dispersion (COD) for each Vermont municipality (32 V.S.A § 5406). To find out more about the equalization study please see the Introduction to Vermont's Equalization Study or contact your District Advisor.

To get answers to frequently asked questions about tax rates, how they are determined, and to see how the current year property tax rates for your town were calculated, please see our education property tax resources.

See Equalization Study Results

Municipal Officials

The Division of Property Valuation and Review (PVR) staff which includes both office staff and traveling District Advisors provides support to municipalities in developing and administrating property tax policies and related programs at the local level.

PVR supports computer software programs used locally for grand list valuation and property tax administration. We provide Municipal Officials with training, online tools, and a wide variety of information to help ensure property is assessed fairly and equitably.

Our goal is to provide answers to common questions that municipal governments ask to help meet their obligations.

We are partnering with Vermont Center for Geographic Information (VCGI) to carry out a Statewide Parcel Mapping Program. Visit VCGI to learn more about the program.

Online Tools

Among the many support services that are provided to Municipal Officials, we also offer several convenient online tools, mVTax and eCuse.

myVTax
myVTax is an extremely convenient service available to municipal officials, buyers, sellers and their attorneys. This service allows you to file and process your return confidently and securely online. For more information on how to use myVTax, please see myVTax guides to get started.

eCuse
Online Current Use, also known as eCuse is designed to employ the efficiencies and speed of electronic processing so that it is easy to use, easy to navigate, and convenient for all users. This system allows town clerks, assistant town clerks, and listers to view online applications for the Current Use Program. For more information and training on how to use eCuse, please see our eCuse guides.