**Motor Vehicle Excise tax bills that were due on March 5, 2018 are now ON DEMAND and DUE 3/23/18 **
Motor Vehicle Excise bills (commitment 1) were due on March 5, 2018. The Registry of Motor Vehicles ISSUES THESE BILLS. Demand bills, which are pink in color, were mailed March 8th and are due March 23rd. Demand bills include additional charges per MGLs. Please use the town's online banking system, UNIBANK, for prompt payment of your excise tax bills which are currently on demand. Its safe, convenient and costs only 25 cents and it is the preferrred method of paying these excise tax bills. 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 visit the Board of Assessors webpage under Boards and Committees for an abatement form and for abatement information.
The outstanding Vendor Warrant checks, as listed in the attached document will be void after May 1, 2018. If you are the rightful recipient of the check, please cash the check prior to April 30, 2018. If you have misplaced the check, please contact the Treasurer, Georgia Colivas at 508-906-3017 for a replacement before April 27, 2018. thank you
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.