Tax Collector


Rhonda King

TaxCollector@TownofUnityNH.org


603-543-0280


 M/T/Th  9:00 am- 3:00 pm

     Wednesday  10:00 am - 6:00 pm

 

When are taxes due?

The property tax year runs from April 1st to March 31st. Property taxes are based on the assessed value of your property as of April 1st of each tax year.


The Town of Unity has adopted the twice per year billing procedure.  One bill is due mid summer and the other mid winter.  The due date is 30 days following the billing date.

The first bill is calculated at one half the previous years’ tax rate.  The second bill is calculated at the current years’ tax rate, adjusted by the first bill amount. Any property taxes not paid by the due date are subject to an interest charge.


Property owners should be aware that it is their responsibility to contact the Tax Collector’s office to notify us of an address change or for a duplicate property tax bill in the event they do not receive the original billing.  Not receiving a tax bill does not eliminate the owner’s responsibility for payment of their taxes and/or possible penalties.  Tax bills are sent to the last known owner and the last known mailing address. If you have a change in address, please contact the Selectmens' Office.  If you do not receive your first half bill by June or your second half bill by November, please give us a call or check our Tax Kiosk.


State law requires that each town update property values at least every five years. (RSA 75:8-a)

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Town Offices Closed

​December 25
Enjoy your Holiday!

  Town of Unity  

 

Tax Collector's Office

13 Center Road, Unit 2

Unity, NH 03603

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PA-33
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Click Map Below for  FEMA Flood maps

PA-30 and worksheet

​Must submit both forms

PA-30
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PA-33 Must Submit

With PA-29 or 30

Assessing Questions

PA-29

PA- 30 Worksheet

Click Map Image for USGS Topo Maps

COVID Secure Drop Box for Taxes

Mounted Out Front for Check Payments

For taxes due - Click kiosk button, choose Unity and enter owner name

**Assessing maps are not exact** 

They are for town planning purposes only - These maps here do not guarantee exact property borders.  You must refer to your own deed or personal land survey for that. 

Assessing maps and cards can be accessed and printed here.  Printing assessing maps is not function of tax collection.