City of Milford Operations Update - April 1

As the City of Milford continues its response to COVID-19, Mayor Ben Blake announced today the following modifications to city operations, effective tomorrow, April 2, 2020, and continuing through May 31, 2020:

  1. Parsons Government Center will be open to the public between 10:00am-2:00pm, Monday – Friday, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.  Residents and visitors are strongly encouraged to conduct all City business via phone, fax, mail, email or online.  City Clerk, Tax Collector, and City Assessor each have drop boxes at the front entrance of Parsons for residents who need to drop-off materials. To schedule an appointment with a City Department, please visit: or call 203-783-3200
  2. All administrative fees in the Milford Assessor’s Office are waived. Contact the Assessor’s Office at 203-783-3215 or email [email protected] with all questions. 
  3. Postage fees associated with mailing Milford resident beach stickers are waived.  Milford resident beach stickers for 2020 may be requested online utilizing the Tax Collector website at  After logging onto the site, please select the “Staff Contacts” option at bottom of webpage, then go to the staff contact’s name, and finally, select the email option to upload required registration and supporting documents.  Alternatively, the required registration and supporting documents may be sent to Tax Collector via fax (203-783-3362) or US Post (City of Milford Tax Collector, 70 W. River Street, Milford, CT 06460). For questions, please call 203-783-3217.
  4. Certain convenience fees (Visa and Master Debit Cards and electronic check only) connected to online payment of taxes are waived.  Tax bills may be accessed and paid online via the following link:

Mayor Blake confirmed that “these actions are part of the City’s response to help limit the number of individuals conducting business in-person.”  Mayor Blake added, “I appreciate the patience and understanding of residents and visitors as we adjust our day-to-day operations due to COVID-19. We all have a role to play in keeping our community safe.  Stay healthy, Milford.”