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Tax Collection

COVID-19 update: Our offices are open with reduced staff. Most transactions can be done online. In-person meetings are for critical needs only.  to schedule an appointment. For more information, call 617-635-4131 (Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.) or email

Important notice to taxpayers:

The City of Boston has extended the due date for fourth quarter property tax bills until June 1SMS đổi trò chơi đổi thưởng. We want to give taxpayers more flexibility during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Property tax bills were previously due May 1.

The City is also waiving interest and fees on some property tax and motor vehicle excise payments. The waiver applies to bills due after March 10, so long as you pay before June 30. That means that any taxpayer facing a penalty for not paying their bill on time will have a grace period until June 29 to make their payment. For more information, read the official notice.

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Window M-30
Boston, MA 02201-2004
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