Real Estate & Personal Property Taxes

Did you sell your house but still received a tax bill from us? The bill was mailed to you because you were the owner of the property as of April 1, 2019.  Please forward the tax bill to the new owners for payment.

Our 2020 real estate & personal property tax bills are now available. They have been mailed to the address you filed with the Assessor's Office.

  • Taxes are due semi-annually (first Friday of October & first Friday of April)
  • The first installment is due on Friday October 4, 2019
  • The second installment is due on Friday April 3, 2020
  • The Town of Kennebunk's fiscal year runs from July 1st through June 30th
  • The Town Mil Rate is 13.75 with Evaluations at 100% 
  • The 2019-2020 fiscal year interest rate is 9% 
  • Tax bills are assessed to the owner of the property as of April 1st each year 
  • Interest accrues immediately after each due date. Please call the Tax Collector's Office for the most current payment information (207) 985-2102 x 1606.
  • Tax bills are mailed to the taxpayers at the address the taxpayer registered with the Assessor's Office. For taxpayers that have taxes in escrow, it is their responsibility to forward this information to their mortgage company. Taxpayers should retain a copy for their records.

You can pay your bill in one of the following ways:

  1. Mail us your payment with a postmarked date of no later than October 4, 2019. Include the bottom portion of your tax bill that has all your account information with a check payable to the Town of Kennebunk. Please add your phone number on your check in the event we need to reach out to you for payment discrepancies.In person at the Tax Collector's office.
  2. Drop your payment off in a sealed envelope in the lobby mailbox located in the Lobby of the Town Hall. We check the lobby mailbox daily. Include the bottom portion of your tax bill that has all your account information with a check payable to the Town of Kennebunk. Please add your phone number on your check in the event we need to reach out to you for payment discrepancies.
  3. In person at the Tax Collector's Office.
  4. Online with a credit card; there is a 2.5% surcharge fee to use this feature. Paying by credit card through Maine PayPort Online is voluntary and the final cost will be higher than using other forms of payment due to the surcharge fee. Before getting started you will need the following:
        • Account number
        • Property address, including zip code
        • Payment Amount; If you making a payment after the due date, call the Tax Collector's Office for the most current payment amount (207) 985-2102 x 1606