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The Listers Office provides and manages property assessment information. Town-wide reappraisals are also managed out of this office. Most questions regarding the value of one's property can be answered here.

Yearly inspections are conducted on any parcel that has received an approved Zoning Permit. If the construction described in your permit entails a change in the value of your property, we will visit to do an inspection.

If the changes are "interior" (indoors), such as additions or finished basements, we will contact you to make an appointment for an interior inspection. If the changes are "exterior" (outdoors), such as a deck or garage, we will visit your property as our schedule and weather permit. We will leave a card at the door indicating that we have been on the property.

If you prefer to be present for the inspection of exterior elements, please phone us at 899.2640 x 106 and we will accommodate your request.


Notice to Taxpayers: To the provisions of Title 32, Vermont Statutes Annotated, Section 4111 notice is hereby given that the listers in Jericho have completed abstract of property owners as of the first day of April 2019. Change of Appraisal notices have been mailed. The lister have lodged the abstract in the office of the clerk for the inspection of taxpayers. Appeals will be heard from July 8th through July 11th; such grievance must be in writing and received no later than July 11th (postmarks not accepted). The listers can be reached at 802-899-2640 Ext 106 or Ext 107 or at listers@jerichovt.gov.


Property Records/Lister Records are available online, through our parcel management system, NEMRC. You can view the records two different ways. One is by parcel code (property address) and the other is through a parcel map. Click either of the buttons below to reach the property records.


NOTE: The information found on NEMRC is only as "up to date" as the backup used to post it. If you are using this information for valuation it may no the the most accurate and updated information for the property that you are searching. "Up to date" information is available in the Lister's Office and the Clerk's Office.


The Vermont Secretary of State's Office has developed a

Handbook on Property Tax Assessment Appeals

The Listers Office provides and manages property assessment information. Town-wide reappraisals are also managed out of this office. Most questions regarding the value of one's property can be answered here.

Yearly inspections are conducted on any parcel that has received an approved Zoning Permit. If the construction described in your permit entails a change in the value of your property, we will visit to do an inspection.

If the changes are "interior" (indoors), such as additions or finished basements, we will contact you to make an appointment for an interior inspection. If the changes are "exterior" (outdoors), such as a deck or garage, we will visit your property as our schedule and weather permit. We will leave a card at the door indicating that we have been on the property.

If you prefer to be present for the inspection of exterior elements, please phone us at 899.2640 x 106 and we will accommodate your request.


Notice to Taxpayers: To the provisions of Title 32, Vermont Statutes Annotated, Section 4111 notice is hereby given that the listers in Jericho have completed abstract of property owners as of the first day of April 2019. Change of Appraisal notices have been mailed. The lister have lodged the abstract in the office of the clerk for the inspection of taxpayers. Appeals will be heard from July 8th through July 11th; such grievance must be in writing and received no later than July 11th (postmarks not accepted). The listers can be reached at 802-899-2640 Ext 106 or Ext 107 or at listers@jerichovt.gov.


Property Records/Lister Records are available online, through our parcel management system, NEMRC. You can view the records two different ways. One is by parcel code (property address) and the other is through a parcel map. Click either of the buttons below to reach the property records.


NOTE: The information found on NEMRC is only as "up to date" as the backup used to post it. If you are using this information for valuation it may no the the most accurate and updated information for the property that you are searching. "Up to date" information is available in the Lister's Office and the Clerk's Office.


The Vermont Secretary of State's Office has developed a

Handbook on Property Tax Assessment Appeals