Travis F. Roy, CMA2
Assistant City Manager/Assessor
265 Main Street
Old Town, ME  04468
207-827-3965 ext. 206

Travis is a certified Maine Assessor, and has been a licensed real estate appraiser since 2003, having completed over 1,000 residential real estate appraisals in that time.


  • Certified Maine Assessor Advanced Level 2 - 2018
  • Certified Maine Assessor - 2012
  • Certified Maine Appraiser - 2003

Professional Associations

  • Central Maine Assessor's Association - Board of Directors - Since 2015
  • Maine Association of Assessing Officers - Board of Directors - Since 2017


The laws of the State of Maine serve as the framework within which property tax assessment is administered in Old Town. The City Assessor discovers, describes, and values all real and personal property for the purpose of taxation in Old Town. When the city and school budgets are approved each spring, the City Assessor prepares a list of taxable properties and commits the assessments to the City Tax Collector for collection. All records compiled by the City Assessor are made available for public inspection at City Hall. These same records are reported to Maine Revenue Services in Augusta and then audited by this department annually. The City Manager appoints citizens to the three-member Board of Assessment Review. The Board of Assessment Review is utilized to review appeals of property values.


Surplus Property - Tax Acquired

Exemptions and Refund Programs

Real Estate Information & Tax Maps

Additional Information

  • Fiscal Year - July 1 to June 30
  • Assessment Date - April1st
  • Last Commitment Date - August 9,2021
  • Tax Bill Due Dates - 09/15/2021 & 03/9/2022
  • Certified Ratio - 100%
  • Current Tax Rate - $22.86 per $1,000 in valuation
  • Appeal Deadline - February 9, 2022

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