Collector / Treasurer

 Dear Tax Payer:

July 1st marks the start of our new 2020 Fiscal Year.
1st QTR Preliminary Real estate tax bills were mailed June 25th, 2019 - Due August 1st, 2019.
2nd QTR Preliminary Real Estate Tax bills were mailed September 20, 2019 - Due November 1st, 2019
3rd QTR Actual Real Estate Tax bills were mailed December 27th, 2019 - Due February 1st, 2020

 
If you haven’t received your bill please contact the Collector’s Office at 508-647-6425.  If you have any questions regarding the amount of your bill please visit the Assessor’s FAQs for more information or contact the Assessor’s Office directly at 508-647-6420. 
You can also log into www.taxbillsonline.com and select Natick and follow with your name on your bill, street address or map/parcel to see and print a copy of your bill. 

2020 MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE BILLS - IMPORTANT MESSAGE:

The 2020 Motor Vehicle Excise Bills were mailed February 24th, 2020 - Due March 25th, 2020.
You may see a few cents listed on the interest line.  Please disregard - It is not added to your bill total.  This was a glitch in the software due to calculating the due date and not including February 29th in the calculation.
Also, you may see your Vehicle Valuation is different and may affect your bill either higher or lower by less than $1.00.
This is due to the Registry of Motor Vehicles, when changing their system decided to use Actual Vehicle Valuations.
In the past valuations were rounded up or down to the closest $50.00.

Thank You!

Debbie Jo Sherman
Collector/Treasurer

 The Treasurer / Collector's office is responsible for the billing, collecting and investing of all monies due to the town including but not limited to:

  • Boat Excise Tax
  • Federal and State reimbursements and grants
  • Miscellaneous departmental permits, licenses, and fees
  • Motor Vehicle Excise Tax
  • Parking Meter receipts
  • Parking Ticket fines
  • Pay as You Throw
  • Personal Property Tax
  • Real Estate Tax
  • Water and Sewer Bills
The department is also responsible for the reconciliation of checks and bank accounts. It issues all authorized debt for both short and long term borrowing. It is also responsible for the maintenance of all properties taken for nonpayment of taxes and for all public auction or disposition of all foreclosed properties.

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