Assessor's Office Duties and Responsibilities

The Role of the Assessor's office is to establish a value for all real & personal property for tax purposes and to maintain ownership records as required by Maine Title 36. Among other duties, this office is responsible for updating and maintaining tax maps, administering tax exemptions, and answering assessing questions.

The Town of Falmouth has partnered with the Cumberland County Regional Assessing Program. This program is designed to ensure quality, professional assessing services to the town at a reduced cost. Robert Sutherland is the director of the Cumberland County Regional Assessing Program and has taken the oath of office as the official Assessor for Falmouth.

Forms & Reports:

Change of Address Form (PDF)

Change of Name Form (PDF)

Exemptions & Current Use

2023-2024 Commitment Books:

2023-2024 Personal Property Commitment

2023-2024 Real Estate Commitment

Portland Office Hours:

Mon - 7:00-5:00
Tue-Thu - 8:00-5:00
Fri - Closed


Email the Assessor

Mail to:
25 Pearl Street
Portland, ME  04101

Annual Assessment Data

Tax Rate 12.64
Due Dates
November 2, 2023
May 2, 2024
December 1st, 2023 (Personal Property only)
Fiscal Year July 1, 2023 - June 30, 2024
Assessment Date April 1, 2023
Commitment Date August 30, 2023
Abatement App Deadline March 2, 2024
Certified Ratio 100%
Last Revaluation 2022