Find Middlesex County Massachusetts treasurer, tax collector, tax assessor, and property assessor. Treasurers and tax collectors provide information on property searches, tax bills, property liens, tax assessed values, and deductions.
Arlington Treasurer 730 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington MA 02476 781-316-3030
Ashby Town Tax Collector 895 Main St Ashby MA 01431 978-386-2427
Bedford Tax Collector 10 Mudge Way Bedford MA 01730 781-275-1517
Burlington Tax Collector 29 Center Street Burlington MA 01803 781-270-1625
Dunstable Tax Collector 511 Main Street Dunstable MA 01827 978-649-7271
Everett Treasurer 484 Broadway Everett MA 02149 617-394-2315
Lexington Treasurer 1625 Massachusetts Avenue Lexington MA 02420 781-862-0500
Lincoln Treasurer 16 Lincoln Road Lincoln MA 01773 781-259-2605
Malden Tax Collector 200 Pleasant Street Malden MA 02148 781-397-7091
Marlborough Treasurer 140 Main Street Marlborough MA 01752 508-460-3731
Medford Treasurer 85 George P Hassett Drive Medford MA 02155 781-393-2530
Natick Tax Collector 13 East Central Street Natick MA 01760 508-647-6425
Pepperell Tax Collector 1 Main Street Pepperell MA 01463 978-433-0337
Reading Tax Collector 16 Lowell Street Reading MA 01867 781-942-9023
Shirley Tax Collector 7 Keady Way Shirley MA 01464 978-425-2600
Stow Tax Collector 380 Great Road Stow MA 01775 978-897-2834
Tewksbury Town Tax Collector 11 Town Hall Avenue Tewksbury MA 01876 978-640-4340
Town Treasurer 19 Moore Street Belmont MA 02478 617-489-8234
Townsend Tax Collector 272 Main Street Townsend MA 01469 978-597-1700
Watertown Town Treasurer 149 Main Street Watertown Town MA 02472 617-972-6470
Tax Collectors will generally accept cash, personal checks, and credit card payments. Many will also offer online payments using electronic checks, credit cards, or PayPal. It is common for a convenience charge to be added to online payments.
Special assessments are additional charges on a property, which are usually associated with a public improvement that benefits certain property owners, such as a sewer assessment. Special assessments are usually added to the owner's property tax bill.
Supplemental tax bills are additional property tax bills that result from a re-appraisal of a property, usually because of a transfer of ownership or a physical improvement or expansion to the property. If the reappraisal determines that additional taxes are owed, a supplemental tax bill is issued.