The N.H. Department of Revenue Administration has set 2018 tax rates in several Monadnock Region communities.

In Chesterfield, the tax rate is $20.16 per $1,000 of assessed value, down $1.18, or about 5.5 percent, from last year’s rate of $21.34. The tax bill on a house assessed at $200,000 would be $4,032. Excluding utility properties, assessed values are up, about 3.1 percent.

In Fitzwilliam, the tax rate is $24.11 per $1,000 of assessed value, up 89 cents, or about 3.8 percent, from last year’s rate of $23.22. The tax bill on a house assessed at $200,000 would be $4,822. Excluding utility properties, assessed values are also up, about 0.8 percent.

In Gilsum, the tax rate is $26.72 per $1,000 of assessed value, down $2.91, or about 9.8 percent, from last year’s rate of $29.63. The tax bill on a house assessed at $200,000 would be $5,344. Excluding utility properties, assessed values are up, about 0.8 percent.

In Peterborough, the tax rate is $30.09 per $1,000 of assessed value, down $1.37, or about 4.4 percent, from last year’s rate of $31.46. The tax bill on a house assessed at $200,000 would be $6,018. Excluding utility properties, assessed values are up, about 12.1 percent.

In Roxbury, the tax rate is $25 per $1,000 of assessed value, down 16 cents, or about 0.6 percent, from last year’s rate of $25.16. The tax bill on a house assessed at $200,000 would be $5,000. Excluding utility properties, assessed values are also down, about 0.3 percent.

In Swanzey, the tax rate is $29.69 per $1,000 of assessed value, up $1.53, or about 5.4 percent, from last year’s rate of $28.16. The tax bill on a house assessed at $200,000 would be $5,938. Excluding utility properties, assessed values are also up, about 0.3 percent.

In Winchester, the tax rate is $34.73 per $1,000 of assessed value, up $1.43, or about 4.3 percent, from last year’s rate of $33.30. The tax bill on a house assessed at $200,000 would be $6,946. Excluding utility properties, assessed values are also up, about 0.3 percent.