Online Tax Payment Information

Residents can now pay their taxes with the Town’s online system, InvoiceCloud, which saves time, reduces errors, allows you to receive bills anywhere at any time and helps the environment by saving trees. You can follow this link to look up, view and pay your tax bill and to register for a full suite of customizable services with InvoiceCloud.

Fast and easy!

InvoiceCloud allows you to pay your bills online to provide a faster, more convenient service for residents. By automating billing and collections, residents can click and pay online rather than wait in line at Town Hall.

Safe and secure!

East Hartford chose the InvoiceCloud platform because of its ease of use, and its security is the strongest available. All the data collected is double encrypted and stored on secure servers. The data is not sold or released for any purpose other than to complete transactions.

Go paperless!

Utilizing InvoiceCloud, residents will be able to access their bill at any time, from anywhere with an internet connection. Residents are not required to register to make one time payments, however, those who register can take advantage of a full suite of payment scheduling and auto-pay features which save time and prevent missed bills.

By registering with the system, residents can customize their experience to send payment reminders by email or text message. Payments can be made via credit, debit, and Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) through the online portal, or straight through your text messages. Please note that there may be fees associated with different online payment methods.

Additional information:

You can continue to receive a paper bill, and if you elect to go paperless, you can always print out a copy of the invoice if needed. If you would like to speak with the tax collector’s office, simply call (860) 291-7250.

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Additional Information and FAQ on Town of East Hartford Taxes

*If you have questions regarding vehicles which were sold, stolen or destroyed, please contact the Assessor’s office following this link.