Limited Access Procedures

Assessing
How does one apply for residency while Town Hall is closed to the public?
We have developed specific directions1 and an application2 for applying for residency while working under limited access procedures.  The Assessing Department will process your application and notify you when the application has been accepted.  You have the following options for delivery:
  1. Scan and e-mail documents to: Jskene@salemnh.gov and please cc cruel@salemnh.gov; include a phone number where you can be reached.

  2.  Mail-In:  Please mail copies of the required documentation, plus a SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE, to the following address:
Assessing Department
33 Geremonty Drive
Salem, NH 03079
 
    3. Town Hall Drop Box:  At the front of the Town Hall, please drop off a sealed
        envelope including copies of the required documentation, plus a SELF
        ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE.
 
Are elderly and disabled exemption applications available?   
Applications for both the Elderly and Disabled Exemptions are available below:

COMPLETED applications will be date stamped by the Assessing Department.  Incomplete applications will not be considered.  If federal tax returns haven’t been filed, an IRS 4506-T5 form must be filed with the IRS in order to receive transcript of tax return status issued by the IRS.  You have the following options for delivery:

  1. Mail-In:  Please mail copies of the required documentation, plus a SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE, to the following address:
Assessing Department
33 Geremonty Drive
Salem, NH 03079
 
  1. Town Hall Drop Box:  At the front of the Town Hall, please drop off a sealed envelope including copies of the required documentation, plus a SELF ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE.
I would like to know more about the taxation process?
The link provides a resource of Understanding NH Property Taxes6.
 
Can the assessing card information be accessed online?
Yes, assessing card information is available through the Vision7 system.