Town of Lyme 2023 Revaluation

The Town of Lyme has contracted with Vision Government Solutions Inc. (VGSI) of Northboro, MA, to complete its state-mandated five-year revaluation program. The revaluation project will establish market value as of October 1, 2023. This is a statistical revaluation, however the VGSI staff will be doing inspections and data collection throughout the process and Vision staff will be working closely with the Assessor’s office to complete the project. The assessments established through revaluation will be reflected in the tax bills issued for July 2024.

Data mailers have been mailed to all Lyme property owners advising them of the data currently on file with the Assessor’s office. Please review the information carefully as your cooperation is essential to the success of this project. After reviewing the data mailer information, please indicate the necessary changes on the form and return to the Assessor’s office. Note it is still necessary to return the form even if there are not any changes. Failure to return the form may trigger an inspection. Additional ownership and property information can be viewed at

Any property owners who have questions concerning the revaluation process can contact the Assessor’s Office during working hours at 860-434-8092 or Please look for further updates on the Town of Lyme website as the revaluation process continues.

Lyme Recreation Sponsors After-School Programs on Feb. 17

On Friday, Feb. 17, Lyme Recreation Commission is sponsoring two, free “School’s Out” after-school programs for Lyme School students.  One program is called “Games in the Gym” and the other is an “Interactive Theater Workshop.”

For more details and to register children for the “Games in the Gym” program, click here.

For more details and to register children for the “Interactive Theater Workshop,” click here.

To see a flyer on the programs, click here.

Questions can be sent to


Senior Center Offers Free AED Training on Feb. 27

On Monday, Feb. 27, at 1:00 p.m., at the Lymes’ Senior Center, the center will offer a free training session in the use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), which will be led by two local emergency medical technicians (EMTs), Colleen Atkinson and Doug LoPresti.  The training session will explain how to recognize when someone is experiencing cardiac arrest and how to use this type of defibrillator.  The EMTs will also demonstrate how to use hands-only CPR integrated with the use of an AED while waiting for an ambulance to arrive.  The program is free and open to the public. To register for the free event, please call the senior center at 860-434-4127.