Last updated: August 28, 2019
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Rhode Island Property Tax Rates for 2018
Fiscal Year 2019 - Tax Roll Year 2018
(Tax rates are given as dollars per thousand dollars of assessed value)
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Rates apply to fiscal year 2018 for East Providence.
These locations had a revaluation or statistical update effective 12/31/17:
Barrington, Cranston, East Greenwich, Exeter, Foster, Middletown, Narragansett, Newport, Pawtucket, Tiverton, and Woonsocket.
In West Greenwich, vacant land is taxed at $16.89 per thousand of assessed value.
In West Warwick, Real Property is taxed at four different rates:
$39.20 (apartments of 6 or more units)
$33.18 (combination, commercial I, commercial II, industrial, commercial condo, commercial/industrial vacant land, commercial buildings on leased land, utilities and rails, other vacant land)
$39.20 (two to five family)
$27.18 (one-family dwelling, estates, farms, seasonal/beach property, residential vacant land, residential buildings on leased land, residential condo, time shared condo, farm/forest/open space, mobile homes, two-family owner-occupied properties)
New Shoreham's Real Property is assessed at 80% of Fair Market Value at the time of revaluation/update. For all other municipalities, Real Property is assessed at 100%.
Motor vehicles in Portsmouth, Richmond, and Scituate are assessed at 70%, 80%, and 95% respectively, of the retail value per local ordinance. In all other municipalities, motor vehicles are assessed at 100%, before adjustments.
The homestead exemption is available for Central Falls, East Providence, Johnston, Lincoln, North Providence, West Greenwich, and Woonsocket.
The rate given for Providence applies to owner-occupied residential property; the non-owner occupied rate is $31.96.