YES, we are open to the public! Our regular business hours are M, W, R 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Tuesday 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please utilize the green drop off box, recently moved right on JANES AVE. No need to get out of your car! Drive right up to the box and drop in your payment. The box is emptied many times a day.
Next due date for Real Estate Tax payments is 8/2/2021. Please send in payments using the Unibank online bill pay at https://unipaygold.unibank.com/default.aspx, drop a check in the green mail box in the rear of the Town House, or mail your payment to the Medfield Town House. Please note, that the next fiscal year begins on July 1st (FY 2022)
The Treasurer/Collector can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Additionally you can leave a voice message at 508-906-3017
The Asst. to the Treasurer, Susan Cronin can be emailed at email@example.com and you can leave her a voice message at 508-906-3020
Payroll Administrator Dolores Connors can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org and you can leave her a voice message at 508-906-3018
FY2021 approved tax rate of $17.76
The current Water/sewer bill for the period from October 2020 to April 2021 have been mailed and are due 6/10/2021
Any questions regarding consumption please contact Tracy at 508-906-3004
Outstanding Motor Vehicle Excise Tax bills - please call the office at 508-906-3020 if you have questions regarding a MVE bill. If the RMV has notified you that you have an outstanding bill and you cannot perform a transaction, please visit www.masscollector.com to pay this outstanding excise bill with the town’s deputy collector.
Tax title advertising in the Medfield Press and Hometown Weekly edition of April 19, 2019 has been completed. Properties that have been added to tax title are Acorn Estates (Rear Hickory Drive), Estate of M Grant and Arlene Chambers (114 Causeway Street), Roberta & Christian Weir (114 Granite Street), Warren & Mary David (140 South Street). Please note that Foreclosure proceeding will now begin on 114 Causeway Street and 114 Granite Street and 140 South Street according to Mass General Laws.
For a listing of properties in tax title, please contact Georgia Colivas, CMMT at email@example.com
Go to www.town.medfield.net to pay online using Unibank. It is convenient and costs only 50 cents and it is the preferred method of paying. Additional fees apply for credit card payments, and the tax office is now able to accept credit/debit card payments over the counter as well. Please refer to the online fee schedule that is online
MLC’s are $50 per parcel and a SASE is required. All requests must be submitted in mail or in person.
Thank you for your cooperation and have a great summer!
Voluntary Contributions to Elderly or to Local Education
If taxpayers wish to make a voluntary contribution to either the Local Education Fund or to the Elderly & Disabled Fund, please send your donation to the following:
Town of Medfield, 459 Main Street, Attention: Georgia Colivas, Treas/Collector, 459 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052 Please include donors name and address and your contribution must be a separate check. Please keep in mind that voluntary contributions are in addition to your property taxes. Any questions please email Mrs. Colivas.
The offices of the Treasurer and Tax Collector, formerly elected separately, were combined by a vote to change the Town Charter in 1990. This position is now appointed to a three year term by the Board of Selectmen.
The Collector's department collects and accounts for all monies as billed: real estate, personal, and motor vehicle excise taxes, water and sewer charges. This office places liens on property for unpaid bills and may put property in tax title for nonpayment of taxes. Lien Certificates are issued upon request and abated accounts credited.
The Treasurer's Office is charges with overseeing all town money: receipts from local, state and federal sources. Bills for town expenses are paid by this office after approval by department heads, the Town Accountant, and the Board of Selectmen. The office is also responsible for employee's payroll and withholding, borrowing and investing funds and has authority to auction tax title property for redemption of back taxes.