Board of Assessors

TAX BILLS HAVE BEEN ISSUED

Fiscal year 2022 Real Estate and Personal Property Tax Bills were issued on November 12, 2021 with the first half payment due by December 13, 2021.

If your opinion of the value of your property differs from the assessed value that appears on your bill, you may decide to file for an abatement.

The abatement application must be filed in the Assessor’s Office or postmarked, properly addressed to the Assessors, no later than the due date of the first half of the tax bill.  This filing deadline is mandated by state law and the Assessors have no authority to grant an extension.  The abatement application is available by clicking the Forms/Documents link.

If you do file an abatement, part of the abatement process will include a representative of the Board of Assessors performing an inspection of the property, both inside and outside, to confirm the information we have on your Property Record Card is accurate.

******REMINDER******

Applications for Fiscal 2022 Real Estate Tax Exemptions

are now being accepted in the Middleborough Assessors Office through April 1, 2022.

If you have previously qualified for a Clause 41C ($500) or a Clause 17D ($175),

please contact our office at 508-946-2410 regarding documentation requirements.

If you have previously qualified for an exemption, we should have most of your application completed on file electronically.  Please visit us during our regular business hours and we will assist you in completing your application.

Call our office for details

The Assessors' Office is currently conducting Cyclical Inspections

The Department of Revenue and Massachusetts General Laws require the Board of Assessors to maintain a reinspection program of the properties within the community.  The program consists of an inspection of all properties in Middleborough every 10 years i.e. Cyclical Inspection.

WHY ARE WE DOING A CYCLICAL REINSPECTION?

The Board of Assessors is responsible to maintain a full and fair market value of all properties in Middleborough.   This can only be accomplished if the data we have is accurate.   The collection and maintenance of current and accurate property inventory data is a critical element in determining uniform, fair market value.

HOW ARE WE DOING A CYCLICAL REINSPECTION?

An inspection will be completed to all properties in the town unless the property has been visited within the current 10 year cycle.  The data collector will carry both a picture ID and a letter from the office.  If no one is at home, the data collector will leave a door hanger to notify the homeowner that a representative from the Assessor’s Office was on the property.

The Board of Assessors wishes to thank

all residents and taxpayers for their cooperation.


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Board Description

The Middleborough Assessors Office provides the following services (and more) to the public: 

  • Assessment Information
  • Chapter Land Applications and Information
  • Charitable Exemption Applications and Information
  • Motor Vehicle and Boat Excise Abatement’s
  • On Site Property Inspections
  • Owner Information
  • Property Record Cards
  • Real Estate and Personal Property Abatement’s
  • Real Estate Exemptions
  • Tax Deferral Applications and Information
  • Tax Maps

General Assessors’ Office Information

If you need a copy of your deed or a subdivision plan, please contact the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds at 508-830-9200 and they can provide those records to you. They are located at:
50 Obery Street
Plymouth, MA 02360

We make every effort to provide accurate and informative content on our web page. If you discover an error or omission, please call 508-946-2410 or email the assessor’s office and we will correct it as soon as possible.