John E. O'Donnell & Associates, Inc.


Laurie L. Chadbourne

Town Clerk, Deputy Tax Collector/Deputy Treasurer

Robert A. Peabody, Jr.

Town Manager/Tax Collector/Treasurer

Welcome to the Bridgton, Maine Assessing Department. Here, you’ll find property tax and valuation info, including property cards, tax rates, tax bills, abatement and other exemption forms. Need to make a property tax payment? You can do so here.

For deeds, please go directly to the Cumberland Registry of Deeds click here

Real Estate Transfer Tax Declaration Public Search click here

Property Tax Stabilization Program

Property Tax Stabilization for Senior Citizens, also known as the Property Tax Stabilization Program (the “Program”), is a State program that allows certain senior-citizen residents to stabilize, or freeze, the property taxes on their homestead.  As long as you qualify and file a timely application each year, the tax billed to you for your homestead will be frozen at the amount you were billed in the prior tax year. Eligible residents who move may transfer the fixed tax amount to a new homestead, even if that new homestead is in a different Maine municipality.

Stabilization Application – the filing deadline is December 1, 2022

Stabilization Guidance for Applicants


Tax Rate
Certified Ratio
Last Date for Valuation Appeals
December 30, 2022


Bridgton’s assessing information and property cards are available online via our assessing agent, John E. O’Donnell & Associates. The information on this site may not be complete and you will have to check the information in the Town Office to ensure you have all the information you need. Note: If you are searching by Map-Block-Lot-Sublot you must enter 0(Zero) in the blanks (ie. Map 13 Lot 13 would be entered as: 13-in the Map box; 0-in the Lot box; 13-in the Sub box; 0-in the Type box).


Bridgton Historical Society volunteers are conducting an ongoing project to compile 1930s historical data on Bridgton’s properties.  Please check back frequently.


Contact the Tax Collection Office for payment status, or make a tax payment online.

To view 2022-2023 tax bills, click here


Unless noted, the deadline for all exemptions is April 1st.

Tree Growth Bulletin:

Tree Growth Application:  treegrowthapp.pdf (

Abatement Application:  click here