The Assessing office is handicapped accessible and is located on the first floor of the Limerick Municipal Building.
Telephone: 207-793-2166 Ext 7
Assessing Office Hours
Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
Assessing Office Forms and Bulletins
Tax Maps and Property Cards are available on the J.E. O’Donnell website. Click on the link below and then select the Town of Limerick. You can search by Map and Lot, Owner name, Street name or Documents.
Homestead Exemption is for Maine residents who have owned a home in Maine for at least 12 months. It doesn’t matter if you sold one home and moved to another, as long as you can show “continuous ownership” over the 12 month period. Click on the link below to download a copy of the Homestead Exemption form and return it to the Assessing Office in the Town of Limerick Municipal Building, 55 Washington Street, Limerick, ME 04048.
Homestead Exemption Form and Instructions
The link below will provide information on Property Tax Abatement. Should you require more information contact:
MAINE REVENUE SERVICES
PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
PO BOX 9106
AUGUSTA, MAINE 04332-9106
TEL: (207) 287-2013
Maine Revenue Services Property Tax Bulletin No. 10
The Maine Tree Growth Tax Law provides for the valuation of land that has been classified as forestland on the basis of the productivity value, rather than fair market value. The law is based on Article IX, Section8 of the Maine Constitution that permits such valuation of forestlands for property tax purposes.
Maine Revenue Services Tree Growth Tax Law Bulletin No.19
Tree Growth Application
The Open Space Tax Law provides for the valuation of land which has been classified as open space land based on its current use as open space, rather than its potential fair market value for more intensive uses other than open space. For more information regarding the Open Space Tax Law click on the link below.
Maine Revenue Services Open Space Tax Law Bulletin No. 21
Open Space Land Application
The Farmland Tax Law provides for the valuation of land which has been classified as farmland based on its current use as farmland, rather than its potential fair market value for more intensive uses other than agricultural. Click on the link below for more information regarding the Farmland Tax Law.
Maine Revenue Services Farmland Tax Law Bulletin No. 20
The link below will provide information on the property tax exemptions of Veterans.
Maine Revenue Services Veterans Exemption Bulletin No. 7
Application for Veteran Exemption