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We ask that the request be in writing. Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Please note, excise information can only be sent to the vehicle owner.
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Please contact the treasurer/collector's office or our Deputy Collector, Kelly, and Ryan Associates at 508-473-9660. You must make payment in cash, money order, or cashier's check to have the mark removed immediately.
If you have any questions that have not been answered above, call the Treasurer/Collectors office at 508-529-3737.
Property taxes are billed with the information as of January 1st preceding the beginning of the current Fiscal Year. If you purchased the property any time after January 1st, you may not appear on the tax bill as the assessed owner until the next fiscal year. This rule is mandated by Massachusetts Law. However, if the Assessor's office is notified that there is a new owner, the next bill can be sent as " Care Of".
Please contact the Upton Assessor's Office for abatement information (PDF).
If for some reason you are unable to pay your tax bill, Massachusetts Law mandates that interest, at 14%, be added to the tax from the due through the payment date.
The fiscal year's taxes must be paid in full by the May 1st due date to avoid any further action taken by the town.
Tax dollars are the primary source of funds used to finance almost every service the town provides such as:
and many other services that are provided by the town at no cost to its residents.
For a more in-depth analysis of how your tax dollars are spent, view the ClearGov website.
Check with the Upton Assessor's Office to see if you qualify for a tax exemption or deferral. If you still owe taxes, please contact the Town Collector as soon as possible. We cannot eliminate the tax, but we are here to listen to your situation and offer possible solutions.
The town collects Real Estate Tax on a fiscal quarterly schedule as follows: