Legislative Review - Assessing

Below you will find Legislative House and Senate Bills pertaining to Assessing related issues. Click on the House or Senate Bill number to go the State of New Hampshire Bill Status page. Also on this page you will find links to view the full text of the bill and docket information.

If the status of a Bill is not listed on our page, it is still in the legislative process and will require that you look to the State site for further information relative to its disposition. Our page will only indicate if the Bill has been adopted or defeated.

Bill Number Description of legislative initiative
HB145
allowing municipalities to dedicate a percentage of timber yield taxes to the conservation fund
HB147 relative to the homestead exemption amount
HB192 relative to the valuation of utility property
HB222 exempting certain homeowners over 80 years of age from the statewide education tax
HB224 repealing the exemption for water and air pollution control facilities from local property taxation
HB229 relative to increasing the maximum amount of the optional veterans tax credit
HB314 establishing a commission to study the charitable status of certain nonprofit organizations for purposes of state and local taxation
HB341 relative to eligibility in a municipality for the property tax for the disabled
HB348 allowing municipalities to adopt a property tax credit for elderly homeowners for the extent their tax bill exceeds 10 percent of income
HB350 establishing a commission to study the impacts of the property tax on New Hampshire's residents, business, municipalities, and the economy
HB430 relative to extending the veterans' property tax credit to all honorably discharged veterans
HB444 exempting certain long-term residents from local school taxes
HB486 authorizing towns and cities to establish special assessment districts
HB501 allowing municipalities to grant a veterans property tax credit to residents who served not less than one year active duty in the armed forces
HB547 reestablishing the exemption from property taxation for telecommunications poles and conduits
HB599 relative to the economic revitalization zone tax credit program
HB662 relative to property taxes paid by chartered public schools leasing property
HB679 establishing tax deferrals for expansion of natural gas distribution systems
HB680 relative to establishing the rate for and the collection of the education property tax and establishing a homestead exemption from the education property tax
SB54 relative to property tax payments by therapeutic cannabis alternative treatment centers
SB121 relative to definition used for purposes of current use taxation