Town Treasurer

Elected Town Treasurer: Kimberly J. Moulton, Term Expires 2025 (
Appointed Assistant Town Treasurer: Krista Jones, Appointed (

Phone: (802)888-2300, option 1 or Fax: (802)888-6878
Mailing Address: P.O.Box 98 Hyde Park, VT 05655
The office is located at 344 Route 15 West, Hyde Park, Vermont; just westerly of the roundabout in Hyde Park.

The Treasurers Office is open Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm and has summer hours of 7:30am to 4:00pm Monday-Thursday and 8:00am to 1:00pm on Friday’s. The office is closed the Monday before every election and is closed on all election days.

Tax Rates:
The 2022-2023 Combined Homestead Rate is $2.4880
The 2022-2023 Combined Non-Homestead Rate is $2.5717

Historical Tax Rates, Due Dates and Common Level of Appraisal Rates (pdf)


2022 / 2023 REDACTED Property Tax Bills (in alpha order by owners last name)
Revised tax bills are not updated to these pdf files during the tax year.
Numeric, A-J


Pay your property taxes online (link)

Processing Fees Appy: 2.55% of the payment amount with a minimum fee of $2.00, whichever is greater.
Visa Debit Cards ONLY: $4.00 to pay property taxes only.
E-Checks: $2.00 per transaction up to $50,000.


2022 – 2023 TAX DUE DATES

August 31, 2022
November 15, 2022
February 15, 2023
May 15, 2023

Payments are due in the hands of the Treasurer by 4:00 P.M. on the due dates. Payments placed in the night deposit box after 4:00pm on the due date are considered late and subject to interest and penalties (if applicable). Only official U.S.P.S. cancellation marks by 4:00 on the due date will be accepted as postmarked mail and on time. (32 V.S.A. § 4773)


Current year taxes should be paid to: Town of Hyde Park
They can be mailed to: PO Box 98, Hyde Park, VT 05655
Please include your coupon for quicker processing.  If you don’t have your coupon, please note the Parcel ID in the memo field of your check
For questions, please call (802)888-2300 option 1.

For your convenience, payments can be made by ACH Direct Debit. Please complete the ACH Direct Debit form (pdf) and return to the Town Treasurer no later than 10 days prior to the next tax installment due date. Please read the fine print on the form. Your signed authorization remains in effect until you cancel in writing no later than 10 days prior to the tax installment due date.



Delinquent taxes should be paid to: Town of Hyde Park
They can be mailed to: PO Box 98, Hyde Park, VT 05655
Please contact Kimberly Moulton, Delinquent Tax Collector, with questions. (802)888-2300 option 1

The Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) is offering the Vermont Homeowner Assistance Program (VHAP) to provide help for homeowners who have experienced financial hardship due to COVID-19 after January 21, 2020. Financial hardship due to COVID-19 includes loss in income or material increase in living expenses from job loss, reduction in work hours, increased costs due to child care or illness, or the need to care for a family member (including a hardship that began before the pandemic, but continued during and after).

Income-eligible Vermonters* may apply for assistance for their primary residence to avoid home foreclosure or homeowner displacement. This can include assistance with overdue mortgage payments, homeowners’ association fees, property taxes, and/or utilities (including electric, gas, fuel oil, and water). The program is expected to run for several years. 

*Less than or equal to 150% of Area Median Income.

For more information, to find out if you qualify, and apply for the program, please visit the VHFA’s VT Homeowner Assistance Program webpage. To view VHAP Frequently Asked Questions, please visit the VHAP FAQ webpage.





If the property being sold at tax sale is your primary residence, you may be able to get help with delinquent property tax and utility payments through the Vermont Homeowner Assistance Program (VHAP).  VHAP can help you avoid tax sale and transfer of your property by paying delinquent property taxes, water and sewer charges, interest, and penalties.  You can apply for VHAP online at  For advice about the program and help completing the application, call Vermont Legal Aid at 1- 800-889-2047.  If you apply for VHAP, you must notify your town in writing, and your property will not be sold or transferred while your application is pending. 

Tax Sales are generally held the first Thursday in November annually.  Additional tax sales may be scheduled if payment agreements are defaulted on during the payment agreement term.  Tax Sale Notices are posted on the Warning page of this website, at the Town Clerk’s Office, both Hyde Park post offices and are advertised in the News & Citizen. Questions regarding tax sales can be directed to Kimberly Moulton, Delinquent Tax Collector at (802)888-2300.

There was no tax sale in November 2022 as all properties listed were paid up.


VT Secretary of State – About Abatement 2014 (pdf)
Abatement Request Form (pdf)
FY19 Audit of Accounts (pdf)
2018 VTrans Audit Exit Letter – Full Compliance (pdf)