When it comes to the grand lists of Connecticut’s municipalities, Fairfield County dominated the 2017 results, with eight of the top 10 rankings held by the region’s deep-pocketed localities.
According to data from the state’s Office of Policy and Management, Greenwich had the largest grand list in Connecticut last year at $32.9 billion. Greenwich’s grand list, which covers all taxable property including land, buildings and vehicles, was significantly higher than second-ranked Stamford and its $21.5 billion grand list.
Other Fairfield County localities at the top of the chart included Norwalk ($12.3 billion), Westport ($11.2 billion), Fairfield ($10.9 billion), Darien ($8.6 billion), New Canaan ($8.3 billion) and Danbury ($7.9 billion). The only top 10 localities outside of Fairfield County were ninth-ranked Milford ($6.7 billion) and tenth-ranked New Haven ($6.7 billion).