Assessing 

Duties & Responsibilities


The Assessing Department is responsible for providing each taxpayer in Bow with a fair and equitable real estate assessment. This department administers the state statutes governing property assessments and provides oversight of all property exemptions, credits and current use programs. The Assessing Department provides real estate information to the public including property record cards, tax maps, surveys, plans, ownership records, sales and various other data.

Inspection Updates

 
In order to maintain accurate and up-to-date assessments, the Bow Assessing Department is conducting a cyclical review process, whereby all properties are inspected on a 4-year rotating basis. In this 2021 tax year, we will be reviewing the east section of Bow, which includes below streets. Appraisal representatives from the Town will be visiting your area this winter/spring.  He or she will measure the exterior of buildings upon their arrival, and if an adult is home, they will request to inspect the interior.  All Assessing staff have introduction letters, photo identification, “Assessing Office” brightly colored vest and sign on their vehicle.  All staff members’ vehicles are on file with the Assessing Department and Police Department. 
If you are not at home or you are unable to complete the interior inspection at that time, a follow up letter will be sent to you later this spring, requesting that you call our office to schedule a more convenient time.We would very much appreciate your assistance in this process, which should only take about 10-15 minutes of your time. This is important for the accuracy of your assessment, and for the overall success of this review process.
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f you have any questions or concerns, feel free to call us at 223-3973.


2021 CYCLED INSPECTION AREA

To maintain accurate and up-to-date assessments, the Bow Assessing Department is conducting a cyclical review process, whereby all properties are inspected on a 4-year rotating basis. In this tax year, we will be reviewing the east section of Bow, which includes the following streets:

 

STREET NAME

STREET NAME

ALEXANDER LANE

HOLLOW ROAD

ASTOR LANE

JONATHAN LANE

BAKER ROAD

JUNIPER LANE

BANKS OF MERRIMACK RIVER

KNOX ROAD

BENT ROAD

LAUREL DRIVE

BETTY LANE

LILAC LANE

BOW BOG ROAD

LINCOLN DRIVE

BOW CENTER ROAD

MEADOW LANE

BR LONDONDERRY TPK-E

NESBITT DRIVE

BRIARWOOD DRIVE

NOYES LANE

CLEARVIEW DRIVE

OGDEN DRIVE

CROCKETT DRIVE

OLD JOHNSON ROAD

DEAN AVENUE

POOR RICHARDS DRIVE

DOW ROAD

RIDGEWOOD DRIVE

DUNKLEE ROAD

RIVER ROAD

EASTVIEW DRIVE

ROBINSON ROAD

ELECTRIC LINES

ROUTE 3-A

ERIN DRIVE

RYAN ROAD

FERRY ROAD

SALTMARSH CIRCLE

FIELDSTONE DRIVE

SHARON DRIVE

GARVINS FALLS ROAD

SMOKEY ROAD

GORDON ROAD

STONEYBROOK ROAD

GRANDVIEW ROAD

TALLWOOD DRIVE

HEATHER LANE

THIBEAULT DRIVE

HEIDI LANE

VAUGHN ROAD

 

WHITTIER DRIVE

 

Appraisal representatives will be conducting inspections from January through April 2021.  Staff will be measuring the exterior of buildings and if an adult is home, they will request to inspect the interior. If you are not at home or you are unable to complete the interior inspection at that time, a follow up letter will be sent to you later this spring, requesting that you call our office to schedule a more convenient time. 

    We would very much appreciate your assistance in this process, which should only take about 10-15 minutes of your time. This is important for the accuracy of your assessment, and for the overall success of this review process. Please visit the Assessing Department’s webpage at www.bownh.gov for more information, and if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to call us at 223-3973. 

Thank you for your cooperation!

Property Assessments 


Property assessment and administration for the Town of Bow is contracted to a private company, Corcoran Consulting Associates of Wolfeboro Falls, New Hampshire. Monica Hurley is the contracted Town Assessor and can be contacted through the Town of Bow Assessing Department at 603-223-3975 or at email.



Deeds Copy / Research

 
For an official copy of your deed, or to do research, please contact the Merrimack County Registry of Deeds located at:
163 N Main St, Concord, NH 03301
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 603-228-0101
Merrimack County Deeds Website

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