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Welcome to Scotland, Connecticut.

Small towns offer unique opportunities for citizen involvement in government, and this website is designed to make participation easy. It is your portal to town events and meetings of town boards and commissions, as well as to the archives of their agendas and minutes. It is also your portal to tax assessment records, which will tell you the value on which your property is taxed; land records, including deeds, liens, and releases; and permits for construction, firearms, zoning, and wetlands, along with instructions for filling them out; and tax bills and payment methods. If you have business with the town, or if you are just interested in the town’s history, these pages are the place to start.

Town Hall Hours
• Closed Monday
• Tuesday, 9am-3pm
• Wednesday, 1pm-7pm
• Thursday, 9am-3pm
• Closed Friday

Assessors Hours:
Wednesday's 5pm-7pm
By appointment all other times.

Town Hall Address: 9 Devotion Road Scotland, CT  06264
Town Clerk Mailing address: PO Box 122 Scotland, CT  06264
All Other Offices: PO Box 288 Scotland, CT  06264

• Tax collection for the Town of Scotland is handled by the Town of Windham.
• Taxes may NOT be paid at Scotland Town Hall.
• You can pay either by mail, in person at Windham Town Hall or online.
• Telephone Number is: (860) 465-3029

Windham Town Hall hours are:

Monday - Wednesday:  8:00am to 5:00pm
Thursday:  8:00am to 7:30pm
Friday: Closed

For more information, visit the Windham Tax Collector.

Find a roadway hazard? Unsafe conditions in town? Report it here.

New resident? Change of address? Head over to the Registrar's page.

Transfer Station Stickers Available Here.

Transfer Station Hours:
Wednesday: 8am-5pm
Saturday: 8am-4pm
For further information:


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About Scotland

The first settler to inhabit the southeast corner of Windham, now Scotland, was Isaac Magoon. His purchase of 1,950 acres in the year 1700 marked the beginning of the town’s history. It is likely that Magoon named the area Scotland as a means of commemorating his ancestral home Scotland, Connecticut incorporated and separated from the Town of Windham in 1857.

Scotland History
Scotland's welcome sign.