Assessor's Office
Commerford Nieder & Perkins, Assessing Firm

Christina Goodwin, Assessing Assistant assessing@townofbristolnh.org

Address 230 Lake Street Bristol, NH 03222
Telephone 603-744-3354
Fax 603-744-2521
Office Hours Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Assessor by Appointment ONLY


The primary function of the Assessing Department is to ensure that all property within the Town of Bristol is assessed fairly and in accordance with the New Hampshire laws governing property assessment. Assessing conducts various practices to ensure an equitable distribution of the tax.  Assessments are based on fair market value of property and are applied in a fair, equitable and consistent manner.

Information available through the Assessing Office include:

  • ·         Abatements
  • ·         Assessments
  • ·         Conservation Restriction Assessments
  • ·         Current Use
  • ·         Discretionary Easements
  • ·         Equalization Ratio
  • ·         Excavation Intents
  • ·         Tax Credits
  • ·         Tax Deferrals
  • ·         Tax Exemptions
  • ·         Timber Intents

Your Assessing Department strives to provide the best possible customer service.

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Attention Property Associations – The Town of Bristol is requesting that Associations contact the Assessing Department to update information.  The information currently on file, has not been updated, for a number of years.  It is necessary to provide the following information regarding the Association:

  • ·        The correct name
  • ·        The type of Association, such as condominium or other
  • ·        A list of properties that are included as members
  • ·        The correct mailing address
  • ·        If applicable, a contact person, such as the President

To supply the requested information or if you should have any questions about this, please contact the Assessing Office at assessing@townofbristolnh.org or (603) 744-3354 x12 or stop by.

 

Review Assessment Data Online

Additional Links

 
NH Board of Tax and Land Appeals
NH Department of Revenue Administration
 
Forms
 
Abatement Application to the Municipality
Appeal to Board of Tax and Land Appeals (BTLA)
Charitable Org. Financial Statement (Form BTLA A-12)
Credit and Exemption Application
Current Use Application
Current Use - Land Use Change Tax
Elderly and Disabled Tax Deferral Application
List of Real Estate and Personal Property on which Exemption is Claimed (Form BTLA A-9)
Notice of Intent to Cut Wood or Timber
Notice of Intent to Excavate
Information
 
FAQ's - Equalization Ratio
FAQ's - Revaluation
Low and Moderate Tax Relief Program
Property Tax - Understanding the Math, Dispelling the Myths
(New Hampshire Town and City Magazine, a publication of the New Hampshire Municipal Association)
Timber Tax Department of Revenue
Excavation Tax Department of Revenue